Definition of moneymaker in English:

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moneymaker

Pronunciation: /ˈmʌnɪmeɪkə/

noun

1A person or thing that earns a lot of money: the movie became one of the year’s top moneymakers
More example sentences
  • Unfortunately developing countries lagged behind, with drugs becoming politicized and easy moneymakers by immoral officials.
  • Republicans say it is a moneymaker because it prompts property sales that would not have occurred otherwise.
  • The new system may not be a huge moneymaker for the district, but it will save time and money.
2US informal A person’s buttocks or genitals.
Example sentences
  • It's a movie for your heart (and your ears and moneymaker), not your head.
  • The reality star joined the group onstage and proudly, confidently showed off that moneymaker!
  • She took the bizarre step of covering her moneymaker from the cameras - with what looked like a pair of tights.

Phrases

shake one's moneymaker

US informal Dance energetically: she took to the main stage and shook her moneymaker
More example sentences
  • The DJ was smokin and we pushed everything out of the way so we could shake out moneymakers.
  • No dancefloor, just get up and shake your moneymaker if the moment takes you.
  • We had a big lighting and projection rig setup in there, people shook their moneymakers, and someone I didn't know requested a song.

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