Definition of money-spinner in English:

money-spinner

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noun

chiefly British
  • A thing that brings in a profit: we hoped this show would be a money-spinner
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    • Serials are major money-spinners as they bring in commercials of consumer goods.
    • It is hoped that the trial could lead to the plant becoming a valuable money-spinner for farmers in Scotland, who have seen their earnings plummet in recent years.
    • Today, heritage is proving a money-spinner as a major tourist attraction the way it has been packaged and is being marketed.

Derivatives

money-spinning

adjective
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  • Scientists warn that economic success depends on producing science graduates who can make money-spinning technological advances and discoveries.
  • His threat to derail the money-spinning deal will be pursued through the British and European courts under anti-competition legislation, according to a newspaper report yesterday.
  • When they announced it was holding a seminar for people wanting to make a million it seemed the ideal opportunity to pick up some money-spinning ideas.

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