from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A law enforcement officer who works to break up organized criminal groups.
- adj. Extremely successful: an experiment yielding gangbuster results; a profitable, gangbusters quarter.
- idiom like gangbusters Slang With great impact, vigor, or zeal: came on like gangbusters at the start of his campaign; a career that took off like gangbusters.
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- n. A law enforcement officer who specializes in disrupting organized crime.
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