Definition of 'dosh'
Example sentences containing 'dosh'
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And unsurprisingly they have had an awful lot of fun spending their dosh. The Sun (2015)For the extra dosh you get the finest leather and wood interior. The Sun (2012)But is that anywhere near enough dosh to replace what has been nicked? The Sun (2012)They reckon they can get more dosh nearer the birth. The Sun (2013)Save your dosh or get a life! The Sun (2012)If all six teams win you are assured of a good return and you still get dosh if just five win. The Sun (2009)Exciting team with dosh to spend. The Sun (2012)Now they admit they made so much dosh over this freezing winter they can afford to stop hammering us for a bit. The Sun (2013)So, what do you spend your dosh on? The Sun (2011)If you won the lottery big time, how would you spend the dosh? Times, Sunday Times (2014)And there certainly isn't enough dosh to treat the whole of the world. The Sun (2006)I hope the great man gets his dosh back. The Sun (2008)Of course, no work means no pay - and no dosh means not much fun. The Sun (2012)This is our hard-earned dosh and we'll soon have the choice to spend it as we wish. The Sun (2015)Councils are already planning to raise extra dosh at the margins by making us pay to park on Sundays and hiking charges for things such as allotments. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Knowing exactly where you're spending your hard-earned dosh can help you to identify ways to save some of it. The Sun (2013)But you've really got to be sad to waste too much dosh with both sides chopped, changed and uncertain from last year. The Sun (2011)I'm sure they'd happily do this rather than have to fork out the extra dosh. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Some inherited the dosh, others earned it as TV show stars. The Sun (2009)
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Definition of dosh from the Collins English Dictionary
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