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ka-ching

Syllabification: ka-ching
Pronunciation: /kəˈCHiNG
 
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(also ker-ching /kə(r)ˈCHiNG/)

Definition of ka-ching in English:

noun

Used to represent the sound of a cash register, especially with reference to making money: they likely have assets beyond the ka-ching of the cash register
More example sentences
  • Harry Potter got there first and the ker-ching of cash registers the world over proved audiences had a taste for fantasy and magic, wizards and elves.
  • So what if money-making teens in Malaysia say a gleeful ker-ching!
  • And the ker-ching of the till when the house sells will be all the more melodious and rewarding for it.

Origin

early 1990s: imitative.

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