overdog


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overdog

a business owner or manager; the person in charge

o·ver·dog

 (ō′vər-dôg′, -dŏg′)
n. Informal
One that has a significant advantage: "a champion of the overdog who provides tax breaks for the rich while cutting social services for the poor" (Leon Daniel).

overdog

(ˈəʊvəˌdɒɡ)
n
a person or side in an advantageous position
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"Honestly, the underdog, overdog, whatever it's for you guys (the media) to say.
It's sort of like the Cubs, who had the best record in baseball this year, only to find themselves down 3-1 lead in the series on the brink of elimination-the overdog clawing its way back from underdog status.
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If you are not expected to win you are the underdog, but if you are expected to win you are not the overdog. If you do something bad it can be called underhanded, but if you do something good it is not called overhanded.
I glommed onto the legs of an overdog that eagerly?--but it does tale-spin me back into a love I can't remember.
He knows his vote can turn an underdog into an overdog, but then waits to C find out whether the overdog has C become overbearing.
He knows his vote can turn an underdog into an overdog, but then waits to find out whether the overdog has become overbearing.
He is now the criminal, the arrogant aggressor, and his great big flashy car - in horrible contradistinction to the kids' titchy bikes - now labels him once again as the overdog, and that conspicuous motor makes him and Jenny all too trackable.
This goodhearted, likable overdog, born to win everything anyway, miraculously elicits reader partisanship.
But in a fight between underdog and overdog, restraint by the overdog doesn't score points.
Uberbuff or ova-wicked mean extremely good and overdog is a boss in charge of a boss.
Other definitions from the book include Fanboys - people who are too taken up with their passion for comics or computer games to consider their appearance n Overdog - someone who is suc-cessful or dominant in their field.