Money

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Definition

(Do you have any) money (on you?): (Do you have any) cash, bucks, $, £, €, etc. (with you?)
noun
Note: Take care not to confuse money with change.
to have change for a 5 pound note means to have the equivalent of a 5 pound note in coins.

Examples

  • "You're listening to Chapter 82 of 150 on the subject of: "Money"."
  • "I would like to continue this conversation in an interview for my new finance magazine, "Money Like Runny Honey"."
  • "In exchange for lots of money and alcohol."
  • "Congratulations on your recent acquisition of an obscene amount of money."
  • ""Money Like Runny Honey" readers love sick jokes like this - be sure to bring some to the interview!"
  • "Quotes : "First you get the money candy, then you get the power, then you get the women."
  • "Anyway, on Tuesday there's "Money Madness" on DNN."
  • "The money in your account, it didn't do too well."
  • "I don't want any money."
  • "I mean, "Satisfaction guaranteed, or your money back"."

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