Definition of license to print money in English:

license to print money

A very lucrative commercial activity, typically one perceived as requiring little effort.
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  • Everyone and his dog now knows that commercial radio is a licence to print money, and they all want quick bucks.
  • And that's kind of a license to print money - particularly if you're also trying to make your service the definitive place to buy the media products themselves…
  • A liquor license on Whyte Avenue is generally known to be a license to print money.
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Pronunciation: ˈapəzɪt
adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something