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purse US English

A small bag used especially by a woman to carry everyday personal items

purse net US English

Another term for purse seine.

privy purse US English

(In the UK) an allowance from the public revenue for the monarch’s private expenses

purse seine US English

A seine that can be drawn into the shape of a bag using the line along the bottom of the net like the drawstring of a purse

change purse US English

A small strapless purse used for carrying money

public purse US English

The funds raised by a government by taxation or other means

beggar's purse US English

An appetizer consisting of a crêpe stuffed with a savory filling, typically caviar and crème fraiche

purse-snatcher US English

A thief who steals a handbag from the person carrying it

mermaid's purse US English

The horny egg case of a skate, ray, or small shark

shepherd's purse US English

A widely distributed white-flowered weed of the cabbage family, with triangular or heart-shaped seedpods

hold the purse strings US English

Have control of expenditure

tighten the purse strings US English

Restrict (or increase) the amount of money available to be spent

hold the purse strings in purse US English

Have control of expenditure

cutpurse US English

A pickpocket or thief

tighten the purse strings in purse US English

Restrict (or increase) the amount of money available to be spent

pickpurse US English

A person who stole from people’s purses or pockets

tighten or loosen the purse strings in purse US English

Restrict (or increase) the amount of money available to be spent

purse US Thesaurus

a woman's purse

purse English-Spanish

monedero masculine, portamonedas masculine

privy purse English-Spanish

the privy purse

change purse English-Spanish

portamonedas masculine, monedero masculine, chauchera feminineBoliviaChile

purse strings English-Spanish

to hold o control the purse strings

purse-snatcher English-Spanish

persona que roba bolsos mediante el procedimiento del tirón, tironero,

shepherd's purse English-Spanish

pan y quesillo masculine

the privy purse in privy purse English-Spanish

dinero para los gastos personales del monarca

that's beyond my purse in purse English-Spanish

no me puedo permitir ese lujo

somebody's taken my purse! in take English-Spanish

¡alguien se me ha llevado el monedero!

he jerked the purse out of her hand in jerk English-Spanish

le arrebató el monedero de la mano, le quitó el monedero de la mano de un tirón

she'd steal your purse as soon as look at you in soon English-Spanish

no tendría ningún escrúpulo en robarte el monedero