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Noun1.multi-billionaire - a very rich person whose material wealth is valued at many billions of dollars
have, rich person, wealthy person - a person who possesses great material wealth
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A report that surfaced earlier this week claimed that the "Friends" star is now dating a multi-billionaire who wants to help her "heal properly" from Brad Pitt.
Owner Stewart Donald is close to agreeing to sell a controlling stake to John Phelan, Glenn Fuhrman, and Robert Platek, the principal partners behind MSD Partners, with US multi-billionaire Michael Dell involved as a passive, minority investor.
Jim Ratcliffe is the multi-billionaire behind international petrochemical giant Ineos, whose E&P UK business is one of a string of newer players at the heart of a changing of the guard in the UK North Sea.
The ex-Chelsea and Manchester United boss says he will talk to Newcastle's potential new owner if multi-billionaire Sheikh Khaled bin Zayed Al Nehayan comes calling.
Multi-billionaire Elon Musk's real net worth, like his personality, is volatile and mercurial.
Yet, those gaining the most from bad agriculture policies are the multi-billionaire 'farmers' who are financing every major political party in the country.
Half of Congress are multi-millionaires, and Trump alleges he's a multi-billionaire. Both political parties covet wealth but use different semantics to express their differences, which in the end, come out the same.
"Multi-billionaire tells people to be nice to others at #Christmas.
A multi-billionaire Pakistani national, Alshair Fiyaz, has been named in connection with allegations of market manipulation in a high-profile insider trading case at the Southwark Crown Court brought by the UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
It is not known why the multi-billionaire businessman, 43, was abducted and police appealed for support from members of the public to report any information that may help unravel the abduction.News of the incident spread fast as social media users shared the development which sent shockwaves around the country.
Egyptian multi-billionaire Nassef Sawiris yesterday bought a controlling stake in the troubled Championship club from Chinese chairman Dr Tony Xia.
The 62-year-old multi-billionaire entrepreneur and philanthropist said Nandan Nilekani, Infosys founder who is considered as the chief architect of Aadhaar, was consulting and helping the World Bank on the project.

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