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ratpack

(ˈrætˌpæk)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) derogatory slang those members of the press who give wide, often intrusive, coverage of the private lives of celebrities: the royal ratpack.
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ratpack

[ˈrætˌpæk] n (Brit) (fam) → stampa scandalistica
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Should she be answerable to us, the people of Wales, or a ratpack rabble of political minions which includes the MPs for Worcester, Pudsey and Redditch among its dozen-strong membership?
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When Brad Pitt stepped off a Venice waterboat to join the Riviera ratpack, the vest visible beneath his shirt looked every bit as studied an accessory as his sunglasses, hat and facial hair.