Definition of funny money in English:

funny money

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[mass noun] informal
  • Currency that is forged or otherwise worthless.
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    • But when you see the prices being bandied around now, it is funny money.
    • We regarded it as funny money to be blown as quickly as possible.
    • Robert Rubin, on the other hand, believed it probably wasn't such a great idea for the world's largest debtor to threaten to repay its creditors with funny money.

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