Definition von fritter
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It also gets placed in a ringfenced pot with penalties that mean the money is less likely to be frittered away. Times, Sunday Times (2016)IT is bad enough when taxpayers' money is frittered away on idiotic aid projects. The Sun (2016)Dear Deidre I'VE lost trust in my husband as he fritters money away and tells so many lies. The Sun (2016)British taxpayers have grown accustomed to their money being frittered away. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Sometimes they frittered away their energies on the temporary and the spectacular. Christianity Today (2000)Maybe you work in a council and are disgusted at how you see cash being frittered away. The Sun (2010)She and her colleagues stood and watched as many of our futures were frittered away. The Sun (2010)Hundreds of millions of pounds were frittered away paying architects. Times, Sunday Times (2011)My dessert was three apple fritters. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Though his mother sent him money, he frittered it away toasting absinthe friends. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The cash was frittered in duff property deals, paying off debts and treating her family. The Sun (2012)This overspend will anger taxpayers who do not want their money frittered away on politicians' vanity. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It just means more of our hard-earned cash being frittered away. The Sun (2007)The proceeds weren't frittered away on gin and lottery tickets. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Money should be spent on good programmes, not frittered away on expenses. The Sun (2008)As theatre, it begins with real promise and fritters itself away. Times, Sunday Times (2011)And to make matters worse, he frittered away the money while she was asleep in bed recovering. The Sun (2015)I think she just frittered the money away. The Sun (2016)But last night her mother told how she frittered the cash away on the bingo hall's slot machines. The Sun (2011)The entire festival is run on less money than is routinely frittered away on a single party at Cannes. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Consumer price deflation continues; there is investment in cars and new homes but not much cash is frittered away on laptops and lipstick. Times, Sunday Times (2009)How can the Government justify cutbacks in Britain when it fritters away money? The Sun (2015)Just how much cash was frittered away, and just how scandalously, is only now emerging. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And mashed banana with sugar and milk, and banana custard, banana milk shake and banana fritters. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It's not my or any working man's fault that the tax collected has been frittered away on other things. The Sun (2015)As is so often the case, I frittered away the morning in a haze of social media. Times, Sunday Times (2012)ENERGY ministers have frittered away enough cash to heat 3,000 family homes for a year, it was claimed yesterday. The Sun (2014)I used the money I once frittered on drugs to invest in courses and treatments. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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