Definition of 'money'
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Users earn money by sharing products with friends through their existing social networks. The Sun (2016)What on earth does that sort of money buy you? Times, Sunday Times (2016)You will also have a much better chance of getting any stolen money back from your bank. The Sun (2017)Work out how much money you will save in a year by quitting. The Sun (2017)You could put your money in government stock and forget about it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They should be asking for their money back and likewise the sponsors. The Sun (2017)He persuaded them to put money into bogus investment deals. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We should be putting money into projects that we know work. The Sun (2016)What does being good with money mean to you? Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's taxpayers' money and people part with it for it to be spent on good things. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There is no statutory right for an employer to claw back this money. Times, Sunday Times (2015)People come first and money is a currency of life. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They have all borrowed money to buy cars and got credit cards. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The government knows that money is not going to appear from thin air. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We need money and investment in a new stadium and hopefully that will now go ahead. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The unknown factor here is which body will now decide which films get what money. Times, Sunday Times (2010)What is your top money management tip? The Sun (2012)Where do they think any government would get the money from? The Sun (2011)You will be surprised at how much money you make. The Sun (2014)How many people are likely to have money taken from their accounts? Times, Sunday Times (2014)You do still spend a lot of money making the records but you make it back touring. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The stress of the job is not worth the money. The Sun (2014)You can also be strong for others and when you are raising money for a good cause. The Sun (2016)The move is designed to reduce their dependence on government money. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They took him to a cash machine but apparently he had no money in his account. The Sun (2014)That money was part of the cost of committing the fraud. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The government has to force banks to put some money into it. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Why else would you be asking the bank where your money was? Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'money'
British English: money /ˈmʌnɪ/ NOUN
Money consists of the coins or banknotes that you can spend, or a sum that can be represented by these.
They spent all their money on clothes.
- American English: money
- Arabic: مَالٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: dinheiro
- Chinese: 钱
- Croatian: novac
- Czech: peníze
- Danish: penge
- Dutch: geld
- European Spanish: dinero
- Finnish: raha
- French: argent monnaie
- German: Geld
- Greek: χρήμα
- Italian: denaro
- Japanese: 金銭
- Korean: 돈
- Norwegian: penger
- Polish: pieniądze
- European Portuguese: dinheiro
- Romanian: bani
- Russian: деньги
- Spanish: dinero
- Swedish: pengar
- Thai: เงิน
- Turkish: para
- Ukrainian: гроші
- Vietnamese: tiền
Definition of money from the Collins English Dictionary
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