Definition of deep pockets in English:

deep pockets

Line breaks: deep pock¦ets

noun

informal
Used to refer to the possession of abundant financial resources: these companies have very deep pockets and don’t mind spending a lot of loot to get their projects off the ground
More example sentences
  • Yet, while the manufacturers have deep pockets, many employers are small.
  • They lost their appeal, having unsuccessfully fought a large corporation with very deep pockets.
  • If not, anyone out there with deep pockets can contact me and I will do it.

Derivatives

deep-pocketed

adjective
More example sentences
  • Pay any more, and you enter into a rarefied world inhabited by passionate and deep-pocketed collectors; the rest of us usually pass by with a shake of the head.
  • The evidence of Scotland's enduring popularity for the deep-pocketed property magnate is everywhere.
  • These deep-pocketed owners have a keen interest in making sure their clubs remain among the international elite.

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