High-roller



noun, Informal.
1.
a person who gambles for large stakes, as in a casino.
2.
a person who spends money freely for entertainment and extravagant living.
3.
a corporation or governmental agency that invests or spends freely or recklessly.
noun
1.
(slang, mainly US & Canadian) a person who spends money extravagantly or gambles recklessly
n.

“extravagant spender,” by 1873, American English, probably originally a reference to a gambler throwing dice.

noun phrase

[gambling sense probably influenced by the idea of rolling the dice in craps]

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