High Roller

Idiom

High Roller

Definition

A high roller is a person who likes to spend or gamble large amounts of money.

Examples

He’s a high roller at the casino, always betting big and taking risks.

He’s a high roller in the stock market, always investing large amounts of money.

Origin

The phrase first appeared in the early 20th century, when high rollers were the people who had the money to come to Las Vegas and gamble in the casinos.

Faqs

Q. What is a high roller? A. A high roller is a person who likes to spend or gamble large amounts of money.