[hahy-uhp] /ˈhaɪˈʌp/

holding a high position or rank.
noun, plural high-ups.
a person holding a high position or rank; higher-up.
(informal) a person who holds an important or influential position


An important person; big shot, higher-up •Most often plural: Rico got in touch with some of the high-ups (1868+)


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