crowd-puller


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Related to crowd-puller: crowdedness

crowd-puller

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crowd puller

n
informal a person, object, event, etc, that attracts a large audience
Translations

crowd-puller

[ˈkraʊdˌpʊləʳ] Ngran atracción f
the show is bound to be a crowd-pullerno cabe duda de que este espectáculo atraerá a mucho público
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NEWCASTLE Continental Christmas Market is always a massive crowd-puller as people part with their cash to feast on cuisine from all over the world and pick up a few festive gifts for friends and family.
Enjoying a huge following in the region, Nancy Ajram's appearance on stage at Modhesh World is expected to be a crowd-puller and is bound to offer a memorable musical evening to families visiting Modhesh World, especially since she will be singing her hits dedicated to children.
Barney Francis, head of Sky Sports, claimed the Premier League was much more of a crowd-puller than the Champions League.
Hope to see him on stage again in the not too distant future; an evening with Frank Hovis, Siadwel, Gwyn and DIY Denzil would be a sure-fire crowd-puller.
It continues to be a true crowd-puller and contributor to the rapid development of its Dubai hub.
Displays supervisor Pete Coombes said: "It's a real crowd-puller.
HE was the biggest crowd-puller the sport has ever known.
2 ( ANI ): Britain's fallen world champion David Haye is no longer a big-money crowd-puller, it seems.
The shop, in Bridge Street, is the chas rity's ninth to be opened by the charity and has already proved to be a big crowd-puller with its wide selection of donated items, including toys and clothes.
The 64th IAA Cars, the world's most important trade fair for mobility, has already confirmed its reputation as a crowd-puller on its first public weekend.
the charity is going to all three party conferences and hope Grant's stardust will be a crowd-puller.
But Thursday's crowd-puller was their first official engagement, with Miss Middleton invited as a guest of honour, a Palace spokesman said, adding that they wanted their joint debut appearance to be in Anglesey.