In this article, we will list down some of most common idioms about time in English with meaning.
Idioms about Money
|1||As sound as a dollar||Very secure and dependable|
|2||Be made of money||If you are made of money, you are a rich man|
|3||Break the bank||To use up all of your money|
|4||Cut your losses||To stop doing something to avoid losing money|
|5||Bring home the bacon||To earn money for a family|
|6||Cash-and-carry||Selling something for cash only and with no delivery|
|7||Cash in on||To make money from an opportunity|
|8||Foot the bill||To pay for something|
|9||Money talks||Rich people can get what they want|
|10||Money to burn||Extra money to spend however one likes|
|11||For peanuts||For very little or no pay|
|12||Make a killing||To earn a lot of money|
|13||Pinch pennies||To be very careful with money, to be thrifty|
|14||Get a run for one’s money||To receive a challenge, to receive what one deserves|
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Idioms about Money Examples
- David can cash in on her basketball talent by advertising athletic shoes.
- Why do people always think that lawyers are made of money?
- They should make a killing today.
- You would think we have money to burn. But it’s not.
- In other words, you don’t have to go on working for peanuts!
- It is much cheaper to buy a cash-and-carry.
- Who’s going to foot the bill for all the repairs?
- Try to keep your money talks as dispassionate as possible.
- Come on! One evening at the theater won’t break the bank.
- As for Richard, take my advice and cut your losses.
- The twins hope to bring home the bacon.