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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmajor-leagueˌmajor-ˈleague adjective [only before noun]  1 connected with the Major Leagues a major league pitcher2 important, large, or having a lot of influence a major-league player in California politics
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major-leagueBut then we go to Southern Miss and stumble major-league.These subsidiaries are thus somewhat like the farm teams of a major-league baseball club.He has seen World Series and traveled to witness Opening Day in a handful of major-league cities.According to a study commissioned by the owners, the profits of major-league clubs have fallen by 54% since 1989.These have fewer choices per course, but are thoughtfully constructed and generous with major-league dishes.He deserves a chance to prove that he is ready to win on the major-league level.I know how hard it is to become a major-league player and how much time it takes.All 68 major-league umpires went through orientation sessions this winter and have vowed to create a uniform strike zone.
From Longman Business Dictionarymajor-leagueˈmajor-league adjective [only before a noun] important or influentialHe was a major-league market professional.
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