Synonyms of money in English:

money

noun

  • 1 I haven't got enough money to buy it
    cash, hard cash, ready money; the means, the wherewithal, funds, capital, finances, (filthy) lucre; banknotes, notes, paper money, coins, change, coin, coinage, silver, copper, currency, legal tender; Britishsterling; North Americanbills; North American & Australianroll
    informal dough, bread, loot, the ready, readies, shekels, moolah, the necessary, wad, boodle, dibs, gelt, ducats, rhino, gravy, scratch, stuff, oof, folding money
    British informal dosh, brass, lolly, spondulicks, wonga, ackers
    North American informal dinero, greenbacks, simoleons, bucks, jack, mazuma
    Australian/New Zealand informal Oscar
    informal , dated splosh, green, tin
    British dated l.s.d.
    North American informal , dated kale, rocks, shinplasters
    formal specie
    archaic pelf
  • 2 she married him for his money
  • 3 I took the job here because the money was better
  • Phrases

    for my money

    for my money, they are the better teamin my opinionto my mindin my viewas I see it(according) to my way of thinkingfrom my standpointpersonallyin my estimationin my judgementin my bookif you ask me

    in the money

    richwealthyaffluentwell-to-dowell offprosperousmoneyedin cloveropulent informalrolling in itrolling in moneyloadedstinking richwell heeledflushmade of moneyin/on easy street informal, datedoofyBritish informalquids in

    money for old rope

    informal
    I could be one of those TV pundits—money for old rope, if you ask me See also easya cinchchild's playa gifta walkover informala doddlea walk in the parka piece of cakea picnicmoney for jama breezekids' stuffa cushy job/numbera dossa cakewalka pushoverNorth American informalduck soupAustralian/New Zealand informala bludgeSouth African informala piece of old tackie dateda snipBritish vulgar slanga piece of piss

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    pecuniary, monetary relating to money
    numismatist collector of notes and coins
    chrematophobia fear of money

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