big-fat

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big-fat (not comparable)

  1. (uncommon) Alternative form of big fat
    • 2013, The Register, "500 MEELLION PCs still run Windows XP":
      Running vulnerable systems that could potentially expose customer data [...] could land businesses with a big-fat compliance bill, privacy lawsuit or a slap on the wrist from regulators.