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money/ˈmʌni/noun
pluralmoniesormoneys/ˈmʌniz/
money
/ˈmʌni/
noun
pluralmoniesormoneys/ˈmʌniz/
Learner's definition of MONEY  
[noncount]  : something (such as coins or bills) used as a way to pay for goods and services and to pay people for their work
[noncount]  : a person's wealth : the money that a person has
— see also marry money at marry
monies [plural]formal 
ormoneys
: amounts of money

a run for your money

— see 2run

for love or/nor money

— see 1love

for my money

informal
: in my opinion

in the money

US  : among the top three finishers in a race (such as a horse race)
informal  : having lots of money

made of money

informal
: having a lot of money : rich

money for jam

British, informalormoney for old rope
: money that is easily earned or gotten : easy money

money talks

— used to say that money has a strong influence on people's actions and decisions

money to burn

informal
: a large amount of money to spend

on the money

US, informal
: exactly right or accurate

put (your) money on

: to bet on (something or someone) — often used to say that you feel very sure that something is true, will happen, etc.

put your money where your mouth is

informal
: to give or spend money or take some action in order to do or support something that you have been talking about

throw money around

: to spend money in a foolish or careless way

throw money at

: to try to solve (a problem) by spending a large amount of money on it without giving enough thought to exactly what should be done

time is money

— used to say that a person's time is as valuable as money

your money's worth

: as much as you deserve because of the money you paid or the effort you made
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