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bang for one's (or the) buck

Definition of bang for one's or the buck in English:

US informal Value for money; performance for cost: this cross between a sports car and a family sedan gave a lot of bang for the buck
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  • To me, short films are the best value and most bang for your buck.
  • Cruises still offer a lot of bang for your buck, and with specials as low as $300 or $400 per person, many travelers can save with a sea vacation.
  • So they might as well try to get a lot of bang for their buck and sell it while they can.
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