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higher-up

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Definition of higher-up in English:

noun

informal
A senior person in an organization: he gave staff a vacation without getting approval from higher-ups
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  • Jones, for example, seems to feel as if he is overlooked by higher-ups within the organization.
  • If anything, the problem was that we had too little guidance from higher-ups in the organization.
  • But a manager checked with higher-ups and said that wasn't necessary.
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