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Definition of dirty money in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Money obtained unlawfully or immorally: the bank was found to have been laundering dirty money
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  • He supported himself by taking the dead lowlife thieves' dirty money and sometimes holding up 7-11s.
  • However, they have received largest portions of such funds under the table, perpetrating the age-old dirty money connections between politics and business, the original source of corruption widespread in society.
  • And many are saying that's blood money, it's dirty money, they don't want it going towards these scholarships.

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