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With precious little star quality, it's tough to see how anyone can turn it round without a huge transfer kitty. The Sun (2017)There is no money in the kitty for these monstrous bills. The Sun (2010)There was money in the kitty. The Sun (2009)He is likely to have an initial transfer kitty of about 25 million. Times, Sunday Times (2010)None of them has an interest in shouting too loudly that there's no money in the kitty. Times, Sunday Times (2014)So they may call leopards and lions "kitty cats," or a toy fire engine a "car. The Developing Child (7th edn.) (1995)The size of a club's transfer kitty will depend on how much they owe or are owed from transfers in previous seasons. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There may be no money in the kitty - but the evidence is that they would pay for themselves as the economy bounced back. The Sun (2008)The church is working to protect the perception that a kitty cat is a lion, when it is actually only a kitty cat. Christianity Today (2000)We'll give you a transfer kitty of 50million with which to assemble your side. The Sun (2016)The Swansea manager said that with a modest transfer kitty, he wants value for money. Times, Sunday Times (2012)If we're putting money in the kitty, then we should either have a say on compliance or how they spend the money. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Übersetzungen für kitty
Britisches Englisch: kitty NOUN
A kitty is an amount of money gathered from several people, which is meant to be spent on things that these people will share or use together.
You haven't put any money in the bank for three weeks.
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