” deep pocket’’

Deep pocket means a source of substantial wealth or financial support. (Often used in the plural)

“Some of our MPs have very deep pockets I am told.”  * ‘’I want to meet the deep pockets who sponsored last night’s programme.” * “If the school is keen on improving its facilities, then the management must find some deep pockets to finance the project.

Thefreedictionary.com

The Hindu- ‘Know Your English’ Series, Dec 27, 2004

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