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funny moneyA highly inflated currency.
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funny moneyBills of any foreign currency or of counterfeit origin.
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funny moneyMoney gained in a devious or sneaky manner.
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funny moneyPlay money.
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acting funnyActing 'funny' means that a person is behaving differently towards you or a group of people.
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funny farmAn insane asylum.
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funny stuffIrregular, often illegal, activities.
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tickle somebody's funny boneTo amuse; to strike somebody as funny.
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dirty moneyMoney that is illegally gained, illegally transferred or illegally utilized. Especially money gained through forgery, bribery, or thievery.
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even moneyA bet which offers odds of 1 to 1.
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even moneyBy extension, an event that is somewhat likely to happen, but far from inevitable.
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hush moneya bribe paid to keep something secret.
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mad moneyA sum of money kept in reserve or to insulate oneself financially in the event of the sudden breakdown of a relationship in which one is economically dependent.
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mad moneyA sum of money, often relatively small in amount, kept in reserve to use for impulsive, frivolous purposes.
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money makerA woman's buttocks.
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money makerSomething profitable.
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money pitA possession or financial commitment that creates substantial ongoing expenses, especially one whose costs are considered to be unsustainable.
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money talksIt is easier to accomplish goals using money instead of just talk.
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old moneyFamilies that have been wealthy for generations or members of such families.
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old moneyThe imperial system of measurement, as opposed to the metric system.
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old moneyThe monetary system used in the United Kingdom before decimalisation and consisting of pounds, shillings, and pence.
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pocket moneychild's allowance
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silly moneySum of money.
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for my moneyUsed to mark a statement made by the speaker as an opinion or something not known with certainty.
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throw money awayTo spend money foolishly or indiscriminately; to waste money without regard of the consequences.
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throwing money awayThe act of spending money foolishly; wasting money without regard of the consequences.
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time is moneyWhen a person's time is not used productively; time is valuable and should not be wasted.
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licence to print moneyA means of generating a large income with little effort.
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licence to print moneyThe authority to print money, usually given to a central bank exclusively as the issuer of currency.
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money can't buy happinessMoney can buy external things, but true happiness comes from inside.
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money for old ropeMoney exchanged for goods of low value.
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right on the moneyExact; precise; exactly right.
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run for one's moneyA difficult challenge for the person indicated, especially one involving a competitive situation.
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run for one's moneyA reasonable opportunity to succeed, perform acceptably, or escape harm, especially in a difficult situation.
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bad money drives out goodDebased coinage (with low levels of precious metals) replaces purer coinage (with higher levels of precious metals).(metaphorically) Mediocre talent drives away real talent.
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money doesn't grow on treesYou must work in order to have money.
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piss money up the wallTo waste money, normally through ineptness in business.
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a fool and his money are soon partedIt is easy to get money from foolish people, especially rich ones.
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put one's money where one's mouth isMore generally, to take an obvious stake in the truth of a claim that one is making.
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put one's money where one's mouth isTo make or take a bet.
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you pays your money and you takes your choiceEach person should make their own decisions.
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a penny saved is a penny earnedA maxim for thrift that says that money not spent may be spent later, or may earn interest in the meantime
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pay forTo exchange for, especially money for goods or services.
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pay outTo distribute money; to disburse.
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put asideTo save money.
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bail outTo secure the release of an arrested person by providing bail money.
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break evenTo neither gain nor lose money.
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spring forTo pay for; to offer money.
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cough upTo pay money.
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bring inTo earn money for a company or for the family.
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