Definition of big money in English:

big money

(chiefly North American also big bucks)
informal Large amounts of money: Emily earns big bucks on Wall Street
More example sentences
  • He showed us how to use big money, and now big money has become the rule of the day.
  • For some, this was a sign that money, big money, could be made by making a movie of the story.
  • We were never like big, big money, but we made a lot of money and we also spent a lot on things like travelling musicians and dancers.
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