An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
A word or phrase that is commonly used in conversational speech (e.g. skinny, grandma).
a. pez gordo (used to describe a person)
If you need to borrow money, why don't you ask your fat-cat friend?Si necesitas un préstamo, ¿por qué no se lo pides a tu amigo pez gordo?
b. de potentados (invariable)
The executives are all earning fat-cat salaries, and they pretend they don't know anything about the scandal.Todos los ejecutivos ganan salarios de potentados y fingen que no saben nada del escándalo.
c. de peces gordos (invariable)
The CEOs are all chatting at some fat-cat party.Todos los directores ejecutivos están platicando en alguna fiesta de peces gordos.
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fat-cat [ˈfætkæt]
a fat-cat industrialist un opulento industrial
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