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British pronunciation/dˈiːp pˈɒkɪts/
American pronunciation/dˈiːp pˈɑːkɪts/
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a person or thing such as a business with significant financial resources

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deep pockets definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "deep pockets" and when to use it?

The origin of the phrase "deep pockets" is uncertain, but it likely originated in the United States during the early 20th century. This idiom is used to describe someone or an organization that has significant financial resources and can afford to spend large amounts of money, particularly in legal matters or business ventures.

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With the backing of a wealthy investor, the startup has deep pockets to fuel its expansion and product development.
The multinational corporation has deep pockets, enabling them to outspend smaller competitors in marketing and research.
The insurance company has deep pockets, making it challenging for policyholders to negotiate settlements in their favor.
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