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VIP

 (vē′ī-pē′)
n. Informal
A person of great importance or influence, especially a dignitary who commands special treatment.

[v(ery) i(mportant) p(erson).]

VIP

abbreviation for
1. very important person
2. visually impaired person
3. (Biochemistry) vasoactive intestinal peptide: a polypeptide secreted by the small intestine during digestion and also found in the brain as a neurotransmitter: large amounts in the blood cause diarrhoea

VIP

or V.I.P.

(ˈviˈaɪˈpi)
Informal.
very important person.
[1940–45]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.VIP - an important or influential (and often overbearing) personVIP - an important or influential (and often overbearing) person
important person, influential person, personage - a person whose actions and opinions strongly influence the course of events

VIP

noun celebrity, big name, public figure, star, somebody, lion, notable, luminary, bigwig (informal), leading light (informal), big shot (informal), personage, big noise (informal), big hitter (informal), heavy hitter (informal), man or woman of the hour The event was attended by such VIPs as Prince Charles and President Clinton.

VIP

noun
Informal. An important, influential person:
Translations
شَخْص مُهِم جدا
VIP
VIP
fontos személyVIP
aukštas žmogus
loti svariga persona
zelo pomembna oseba
Çok Önemli Kişi

VIP

A. N ABBR =very important personVIP mf, persona f de categoría
B. CPD VIP lounge N (in airport) → sala f de VIPs
VIP treatment N to give sb the VIP treatmenttratar a algn como a un VIP
to get the VIP treatmentser tratado como un VIP

VIP

[ˌviːaɪˈpiː]
n (=very important person) → VIP mf
modif [treatment] → de VIP; [box, room, day] → des VIP; [ticket, guest] → VIP inv

VIP

nprominente Persönlichkeit, VIP m, → Promi m (hum inf); he got/we gave him VIP treatmenter wurde/wir haben ihn als Ehrengast behandelt; VIP loungeProminentensuite f, → VIP-Lounge f

VIP

[ˌviːaɪˈpiː] n abbr =very important personVip m/f inv

VIP

(ˌviː ai ˈpiː) abbreviation
very important person. the VIP lounge at the airport; A number of VIPs will attend the wedding.
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