Definition of pig in the python in English:

pig in the python

phrase

  • A sharp statistical increase represented as a bulge in an otherwise level pattern, used especially with reference to the baby-boom generation regarded as having a gradual effect on consumer spending, society, etc. as they grow older.

    ‘The current annual deficit of $1.5 trillion does not even address the "pig in the python," baby boomer, demographic squeeze on resources that looms straight ahead.’
    ‘Boomers are still the pig in the python of the nation's population and, for keen-eyed investors, the cohort to watch.’