Traducción de bigwig en Español:


pez gordo, n.

Pronunciación /ˈbɪɡˌwɪɡ//ˈbɪɡwɪɡ/



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    pez gordo masculino coloquial
    gerifalte masculino
    peso pesado masculino coloquial
    • What on earth induced the local bigwigs to want to wreck this picture postcard image by adding ‘city’ to the list?
    • Arvind, a college teacher catches Rajkumar, son of a political bigwig, in the examination hall while the latter is copying.
    • The audience was an array of stars, rowdy fans and industry bigwigs, including Virgin magnate Richard Branson.
    • Local politicians, normally passed over by Washington bigwigs, suddenly find themselves courted by all nine of the runners.
    • Madrid Mayor and ruling party bigwigs have consented to participate in the inaugural ceremony.
    • Actually, I've often been asked why I don't leap into the affairs of politicians and corporate bigwigs.
    • In the late 1990s the itch to merge seemed to infect most of the bigwig chief executives.
    • They're set to guard 9,000 leaders, trade negotiators, corporate bigwigs and bureaucrats.
    • This impression is not dispelled by the ‘not our fault, guv’ approach from the bigwigs at the Ministry of Defence.
    • Politicians, princes and bigwigs of every stripe vied for a place in their circle and were roundly rejected.
    • In this most recent case I'd say a personal contact from a bigwig at this company is a highly encouraging sign, but becomes much less so when he fails to ever reply to additional samples or requests for confirmation of receipt.
    • There is nothing official about this drive as there is no circular from the police stations and no directives from the bigwigs.
    • Significantly, the violators include some political bigwigs, powerful businessman and town planners.
    • Many corporate bigwigs and sports personalities were seen teeing off at the Karnataka Golf Association here.
    • It is not an official diplomatic conference, but all the top brass and political bigwigs can be found there.
    • He chuckled as did the assembled DC bigwigs of press and politics.
    • Earlier during the day, it was all so formal with industry bigwigs around for the presentation of the management degrees.
    • Yes, the launch had the mandatory fashion show, with all the bigwigs, political and celluloid, in tandem.
    • Want to sway to a Caribbean beat along with political bigwigs at the New England Aquarium?
    • Council bigwigs have hit back at suggestions a town centre road could be the ‘worst in Britain’ for parking.