doorbuster or door-bust·er [dawr-buhs-ter, dohr‐]
1. Informal .
a. a retail item that is heavily discounted for a very limited time in order to draw customers to the store.
b. the price of such an item.
2. a device used to forcibly open a door.
3. a person who breaks into a place by force.
Origin: First recorded in 1890–1900; door + buster
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