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Big money   /bɪg mˈəni/   Listen
Big money

noun
1.
A large sum of money (especially as pay or profit).  Synonyms: big bucks, bundle, megabucks, pile.  "They sank megabucks into their new house"






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"Big money" Quotes from Famous Books



... said, sharp an' quick an' decided—'Yo' freedom, Nelse.' My king!—that made me shaky, I could scarce get into my clothes. I knew he been offered big money fo' me, many's the time, an' now I was gwine to get it all my ...
— The Bondwoman • Marah Ellis Ryan

... last night he was with us he talked to Gershom for an hour and more about the advantages of those newer mines over the Drumheller. The newer field has a solid slate roof which makes drifting safe and easy, a finer type of coal, and a chance for big money once the railway runs in its spur and the officials wake up to the importance of giving them the cars they need. The whole country, Dinky-Dunk claims, is underlaid with coal, and our province alone is estimated to contain almost seventeen per cent. of ...
— The Prairie Child • Arthur Stringer



Words linked to "Big money" :   argot, lingo, slang, bundle, cant, jargon, big bucks, pile, money, vernacular, patois



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