Definition of money box in English:

money box

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noun

British
A box used for saving money in, with a slit in the top through which the money is dropped.
More example sentences
  • The 10-year-old English Martyrs School pupil is donating the cash he has saved since Christmas in his safe money box to the Supporters' Trust.
  • The boy also grabbed a money box containing £100.
  • And before that I always saved up my pennies in a money box for rainy days.

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