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Be in the money:
to have a lot of money to spend.
For my money:
in my opinion
Get your money’s worth:
to get enough value or enjoyment out of sth, considering amount of money and so on.
a lot of money, money that you earn with hard work.
Made of money:
To earn a lot of money.
Money for jam /old rope: money that is earned very easily for sth that needs little efforts.
Money is no object:
Money is not sth that needs to be considered, because there is plenty of it available.
On the money:
Put money into sth:
To invest money in a business or a particular object.
Put your money on sb / s.th:
1.To bet that particular horse , doge .etc will win a race 2. to feel very sure that sth is true or sb will succeed.
Put money where your mouth is:
to give financial support to activities or causes that you believe are right.
Cost an arm and a leg:
If something costs an arm and a leg, it is very expensive!
"The house cost us an arm and a leg, but we have no regrets."
Tighten your belt:
If you need to tighten your belt, you must spend your money carefully.
EXAMPLE: "Another bill? I'll have to tighten my belt this month!"
If you are hard up, you have very little money.
EXAMPLE: "We were so hard up we had to sleep in the car."
Keep your head above water :
To keep one's head above water means to try to survive.
EXAMPLE: by staying out of debt, for example a small business.
To sell like hot cakes :
Things that sell like hot cakes sell quickly or in large quantities.
Trow your money about / around :
To spend money in a careless and obivious way.
Throw good money after bad :
To spend more money on sth , when you have wasted a lot on it already.
Throw money at sth :
To try to deal with a problem or improve a situation by spending money on it , when it would be better to deal with it in other ways.
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