Adjective "Gangbusters" Definition and Examples


    Adjective:

    Gangbusters


    Definition:

    1. a law-enforcement officer who specializes in breaking up organized crime, often by forceful or sensational means.

    2. someone or something having great impact, usually in a positive way.

    3. gangbusters, an outstandingly successful state or situation: We aren't looking for gangbusters, but we'd like you to pass all your subjects this semester. adjective, Often, gangbusters

    4. of or like a law-enforcement officer who uses rough, aggressive, or sensational tactics in fightin

    Origin:
    gangbuster

    Examples:

    "people can be gangbusters with plans."

    "months can be gangbusters for caps."

    "people can be gangbusters."

    "consumers can be gangbusters."

    "places can be gangbusters."

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