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money
British English: /ˈmʌni/
American English: /ˈməni/

Translation of money in Italian:

noun

  • 1 (coins, notes)
    soldi (masculine plural) , denaro (masculine)
  • 2 (funds)
    soldi (masculine plural)
    to make money
    (person)
    fare soldi
    (business, project)
    rendere bene
    to run out of money to get one's money back
    (in shop)
    essere rimborsati
    (after loan, resale)
    rientrare dei propri soldi
    (after risky venture, with difficulty)
    recuperare i propri soldi
    to find the money to do
    trovare i soldi per fare
    there's no money in it
    è un pessimo investimento, non rende
    where is the money going to come from?
    e i soldi da dove li prendiamo?
    there's big money involved [informal] they made a lot of money when they sold the house
    hanno guadagnato un sacco di soldi dalla vendita della casa
    before n (matters, problems, worries)
    di soldi
  • 5 (price) it's not the best car in the world, but it's good for the money
    non è la macchina migliore del mondo, ma per quella cifra va benissimo
  • 6 (wealth) to make one's money in business
    arricchirsi nel mondo degli affari
    to inherit one's money
    diventare ricco grazie a un'eredità
    there's a lot of money in that area
    è una zona ricca (di risorse)
    there's a lot of money (to be made) in computing
    si possono fare un sacco di soldi nel campo dell'informatica

also: monies, moneys plural noun

  • (funds)
    fondi (masculine)
    (sums)
    somme (feminine)

Idioms

not for love nor money

for my money

it's money well spent

sono soldi ben spesi

money burns a hole in her pocket o she spends money like water

ha le mani bucate

it's money for jam, it's money for old rope

sono soldi facili

money talks

col denaro si può tutto

time is money

the smart money is on X

se scommetti su X vai a colpo sicuro

to be in the money

to be made of money

to get one's money's worth, to get a good run for one's money

to give somebody a good run for his, her money

far fare un ottimo affare a qualcuno

to have money to burn

avere soldi da buttare via

to put one's money where one's mouth is

mettere mano al o tirare fuori il portafoglio

to throw good money after bad

= sprecare denaro nel tentativo di porre rimedio a un pessimo affare

your money or your life!

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