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money

Synonyms of money in English:

noun

  • 1 I haven't got enough money to buy it
    banknotes, notes, paper money, coins, change, coin, coinage, silver, copper, currency, legal tender;
    British sterling;
    North American bills;
    North American & Australian roll
    informaldough, bread, loot, the ready, readies, shekels, moolah, the necessary, wad, boodle, dibs, gelt, ducats, rhino, gravy, scratch, stuff, oof, folding money
    British informaldosh, brass, lolly, spondulicks, wonga, ackers
    North American informaldinero, greenbacks, simoleons, bucks, jack, mazuma
    Australian/New Zealand informalOscar
    informal, , datedsplosh, green, tin
    British datedl.s.d.
    North American informal, , datedkale, rocks, shinplasters
    formalspecie
    archaicpelf
  • 2 she married him for his money
  • 3 I took the job here because the money was better
  • Phrases

    for my money

    1
    for my money, they are the better team
    in my opinion, to my mind, in my view, as I see it, (according) to my way of thinking, from my standpoint, personally, in my estimation, in my judgement, in my book, if you ask me

    in the money

    2
    informalrolling in it, rolling in money, loaded, stinking rich, well heeled, flush, made of money, in/on easy street
    informal, , datedoofy
    British informalquids in

    money for old rope

    3
    informal
    I could be one of those TV pundits—money for old rope, if you ask me See also easy
    a cinch, child's play, a gift, a walkover
    informala doddle, a walk in the park, a piece of cake, a picnic, money for jam, a breeze, kids' stuff, a cushy job/number, a doss, a cakewalk, a pushover
    North American informalduck soup
    Australian/New Zealand informala bludge
    South African informala piece of old tackie
    dateda snip
    British 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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