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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This event has become a real crowd-puller and we are certain to welcome even more international guests this year as we are hosting the surf event at the same time as the Oktoberfest [beer festival].
It is 46 years old this year but Joseph remains a crowd-puller and pleaser, attracting packed audiences who know the words almost as well as the cast.
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.
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 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.