Definition of make or lose or spend money hand over fist in English:

make (or lose or spend) money hand over fist

informal Make (or lose or spend) money very rapidly: they are losing money hand over fist
More example sentences
  • Anyone who doesn't bother to check regularly whether they're getting value for money for their current financial products is probably losing money hand over fist.
  • While corporate America would rather be making money hand over fist, Robin argues, the neocons are in search of a fight ‘between good and evil, civilization and barbarism.’
  • But four-fifths of broadcast network TV is now delivered to homes by cable or satellite - not free - and NBC, ABC, CBS and Fox are making money hand over fist.
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