a person who
, especially one who habitually
excessively or lavishly; spendthrift.
English poet and critic.
a person who spends money in a manner specified:
a big spender
1909--95, English poet and critic, who played an important part in the left-wing literary movement of the 1930s. His works include
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If you toss quarters in a piggy bank but rack up thousands of dollars in credit-card debt at the same time, then you're a spender.
He was a big spender too and he never vetoed anything.
Science is the big spender and technology is the big earner.
None of these countries is a big spender on education.
And the government remains a big spender as it strives to improve the public services.
It is a technical fallacy often committed by myopic economists who don't see such rationale cannot apply to the top spender.
Thousand-dollar suites with private plunge pools have long been lapped up by big-spender vacationers.
There's a new big spender in your neighborhood and he isn't a comedian.
If you spent a fortune, leave the receipt around so she knows you're a big spender.
Clearly the president wishes to give the impression that he is a careful spender.
It doesn't matter if you are a profligate spender or an industrious saver.
But the die is cast for a protracted weakening of the world's biggest spender.
The initial source of money for education sometimes differs from the ultimate spender.
The initial source of money for education often differs from the ultimate spender.
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It is the second largest spender on military science, engineering and technology.