Definition of 'big money'
Example sentences containing 'big money'
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Evidently consumers are increasingly willing to pay big money without actually holding the product first. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Yes they were being paid big money, but the banks were making big money and paying big taxes. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Despite money being tight, many fans would not like to see a rich owner take over and splash out big money on star names. The Sun (2016)You pay big money for players to be the difference in games like that. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They are an awful warning of how vile big money can make people. Times, Sunday Times (2015)If you spend big money on big players you should win more big games than you lose. The Sun (2014)They could bank big money by trading the rival shows off against each other. The Sun (2012)It is why strikers go for the big money and get paid the big wages. The Sun (2015)Real are not afraid of paying big money when they really want a player. Times, Sunday Times (2016)No one who wants to make big money would choose to run nursery. Times, Sunday Times (2013)For a club of our size we spend big money. The Sun (2013)If you are interested in making big money get back to me. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Both sides have had big money to spend and have had to bed in new signings. The Sun (2014)Does that mean you get paid big money now? The Sun (2015)It gains you instant impact all over the world and companies pay big money to make it happen. The Sun (2011)He has also considered other choices and would pay big money and a survival bonus to the right man. The Sun (2016)Efforts to get big money out of politics have been stifled by the influence of the donors who control those parties. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Comedy albums can make big money. The Sun (2013)We are always after good stories - we pay big money for them day. The Sun (2015)They have bigger resources and spend big money on some of the world's best players. The Sun (2014)City pay big money, but do not understand that human relations mean more than anything. The Sun (2013)New York is still where artists can make big money. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You don't get big money for that. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Here is the potential to transform the club - and make big money. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It's time to get the big money out of politics and let the people back in. The Sun (2013)Of course, you can pay big money in these countries but the option of cheaper tickets is there too. The Sun (2007)We've been working without spending big money and now we can see if we can progress with the other names. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Translations for 'big money'
British English: big money NOUN
Big money is an amount of money that seems very large to you.
They began to make big money during the war.
Definition of big money from the Collins English Dictionary
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