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Фразеологизмы со словами: money

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burn a hole in one's pocket
money burns a hole in one's pocket
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To make you want to buy something; be likely to be quickly spent.
Money burns a hole in Linda's pocket.
The silver dollar that Don got for his birthday was burning a hole in his pocket, and Don hurried to a dime store.
coin money
mint money
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To make a lot of money quickly; profit heavily; gain big profit.
Fred coined money with many cigarette vending machines and juke boxes.
easy money
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Money gained without hard work; money that requires little or no effort.
The movie rights to a successful play mean easy money to the writer of the play.
Young people who look for easy money are usually disappointed.
fool and his money are soon parted
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A foolish person soon wastes his money. A proverb.
Глупцы быстро расстаются с деньгами.
Jimmy spends all his pennies for candy. A fool and his money are soon parted.
Джимми тратит все свои деньги на сладости. У дурака деньги долго не задерживаются.
fork over a lot of money
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To pay an excessive amount of money often unwillingly.
"According to my divorce decree," Alan complained, "I have to fork over a lot of money to my ex-wife every month."
for love or money
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For anything; for any price. Used in negative sentences.
Любой ценой, "не мытьем, так катаньем". Обычно используется в отрицательном смысле.
I wouldn't give him my dog for love or money.
You must get the tickets for the performance for love or money.
Ты должен достать билеты на это представление любыми путями.
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for one's money
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Regarding one's endorsement or support; as far as one is concerned.
For my money, the best candidate for Congress is Ms. Smith.
in the chips
in the money
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Having plenty of money; prosperous; rich.
After his rich uncle died, Richard was in the chips.
After years of struggle and dependence, air transportation is in the money.
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