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money /ˈmʌni/ noun [uncountable]

پول ، اسکناس ، سکه ، مسکوک ، ثروت ، قانون ـ فقه: پول ، بازرگانی: پول ، ورزش: جایزه نقدی
مهندسی صنایع: پول ، ثروت

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

Synonyms: cash, capital, coin, currency, hard cash, legal tender, readies (informal), riches, silver, wealth
Related Words: bankroll, capital, coinage, finances, funds, mammon, resources, riches, treasure, wealth, wherewithal, boodle, hay, stiff
English Thesaurus: money, cash, currency, change, note, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

money S1 W1 /ˈmʌni/ noun [uncountable]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: moneie, from Latin moneta 'mint, money', from Moneta, name given to Juno, the goddess in whose temple the ancient Romans produced money]

1. what you earn by working and can use to buy things. Money can be in the form of notes and coins or cheques, and can be kept in a bank:
Don’t spend all your money on the first day of your holiday!
The repairs will cost quite a lot of money.

2. money in the form of coins or notes that you can carry around with you Synonym : cash:
You’ll find some money in my purse.
I didn’t have any money on me (=I was not carrying any money).
Swiss/Japanese/Turkish etc money
Don’t forget to get some Swiss money before you leave.
We can change some money at the airport (=change it into the money of another country).

3. someone’s wealth, including all the property and other things they own:
The family made their money in the woollen trade.
He had lost all his money gambling.

4. the money informal the amount of money that you earn for doing a job:
It sounds quite an interesting job, but I don’t know what the money’s like yet.
You have to work long hours and the money’s terrible!

5. pay good money for something spoken to spend a lot of money on something:
Don’t let the children jump around on the sofa. I paid good money for that.

6. put/pump/pour money into something to give money to a company or business so that it will become successful and you will earn money from it in the future:
No one’s going to put money into the company while the market is so unstable.

7. there’s money (to be made) in something spoken used to say that you can earn a lot of money from doing a particular job or type of business:
There’s a lot of money in sport these days.
Teaching can be very rewarding, but there’s no money in it.

8. I’m not made of money spoken used to say that you cannot afford something when someone asks you to pay for it.

9. have money to burn to have more money than you need, so that you spend it on unnecessary things:
Unless you’ve got money to burn, these expensive guitars are probably not for you.

10. get your money’s worth to get something worth the price that you paid:
At that price, you want to make sure you get your money’s worth.

11. be in the money informal to have a lot of money suddenly, or when you did not expect to

12. money is no object informal used to say that someone can spend as much money as they want to on something

13. for my money spoken used when giving your opinion about something to emphasize that you believe it strongly:
For my money, he’s one of the best TV comedians ever.

14. put (your) money on something to risk money on the result of a race or competition

15. I’d put (my) money on something spoken used to say that you feel sure that something will happen

16. my money’s on somebody/something (also the smart money’s on somebody/something) spoken used to say that you feel sure someone will win a race or competition, or that something will happen

17. money for old rope British English spoken money that you earn very easily by doing a job that is not difficult

18. put your money where your mouth is informal to show by your actions that you really believe what you say

19. money talks spoken used to say that people with money have power and can get what they want

20. be (right) on the money American English spoken to be completely correct or right:
You were right on the money when you said that he would have to resign.

21. marry (into) money to marry someone whose family is rich
monies, blood money, hush money, ⇒ give somebody a (good) run for their money at run2(11), ⇒ have a (good) run for your money at run2(12), ⇒ throw money at something at throw1(19)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. big There is big money in golf for the top players.
easy He started stealing as a way of making easy money.
government, public, taxpayers' Is this a good way to spend taxpayers' money?
private | pocket, spending Did your parents give you pocket money when you were little? I don't know how much spending money to take on holiday.
prize | sponsorship | paper The collection box was full of coins and paper money.
QUANT. amount, sum the large sums of money we handle in this store
VERB + MONEY have I haven't got any money left.
borrow, bring in, collect, earn, get, make, raise, receive He hoped the scheme would bring in quite a bit of money. Some people were in the street collecting money for charity. How much money did he earn last year? I'll have to get some more money from somewhere.
bank, deposit, pay in small shopkeepers banking their money at the end of the day I need to pay this money in today.
draw out, get out, take out, withdraw | fritter away, lose, run out of, spend, squander, throw away, waste She lost a lot of money at the casino. We ran out of money and had to come home early. He squandered his money on gambling and drink.
hoard, save, set aside, stash away an old miser who hoarded his money We're trying to set some money aside for a new car.
She stashed the money away in the bank.
invest, tie up They sensibly invested their prize money rather than spending it. All their money was tied up in long-term investments.
donate, give sb, lend sb, pay (sb), provide (sb with), put up Half the money raised was donated to charity. He managed to persuade his friend to put up the money for the venture.
give (sb) back, pay (sb) back, refund (sb), repay (sb) I'll pay the money back next week, I promise. The shop was unwilling to refund my money.
owe (sb) They owe lots of people money.
accept, take I don't think they'll accept French money on the plane. The bookmaker was quite happy to take his money.
cost These cars cost quite a lot of money.
be worth That painting is worth a lot of money.
change, exchange We changed our money into dollars at the airport.
allocate The quality of public health care depends on the amount of money allocated to it.
launder He was charged with laundering money.
MONEY + VERB come from sth Money for the extension to the gallery came from the sale of old exhibits.
go (on sth), go to I don't know where all the money goes! All his money went on drink. Most of the money went to pay for the food and drink.
come in She had two children to support and no money coming in.
MONEY + NOUN management | problems | laundering | market He made a fortune dealing on the money markets.
PREP. for ~ He'll do anything for money!
~ for Where's the money for the milk?
PHRASES get money off sth You might get some money off the price if it's an old model.
get your money's worth The boat trip lasts three hours, so you certainly get your money's worth. | pay/put money in/into the bank I pay my money into the bank as soon as I get paid.
put money on sth He stopped at the betting shop to put money on a horse.
put/sink money into sth He sank most of his money into his struggling business.
take money off sth He felt sorry for her and took some money off her bill.
throw money at sth They tend to throw money at problems without trying to work out the best solution.
throw your money around He thinks he can make friends by throwing his money around.
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[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


have money
I didn’t have enough money to pay for it.
make/earn money
She makes a little money by babysitting.
spend money (on something)
More money should be spent on training.
cost money/cost a lot of money
Good food doesn’t have to cost a lot of money.
save money (=use less money)
Companies fired workers to save money.
make money (=make a profit)
The farm was beginning to make money at last.
lose money (=not make a profit, so that you then have less money)
The movie didn’t attract audiences and lost money for the studio.
pay money (for something)
Has he paid the money he owes you?
lend somebody money
My dad lent me money to buy a car.
borrow money
They arranged to borrow money from the bank to buy a house.
owe somebody money
He owes me money.
waste money (on something)
Don’t waste your money on a computer that doesn’t have enough memory.
raise money (=do something to get money for a charity, school etc)
The Christmas fair raises money for the school.
save up money
She had saved up enough money to buy a car.
give somebody their money back (also refund sb’s money) (=give money back to a customer)
We regret that we are unable to refund money on tickets.
money goes on something (=is spent on something)
All the money went on doctor’s bills.
money comes in (=is earned and received)
Rob wasn’t working for a while, so we had less money coming in.
money comes from something (=used to say how someone makes their money)
All of Dawson’s money came from drugs.
good money (=a lot of money)
Preston earns good money as a lawyer.
big money informal (=a very large amount of money)
Basketball players make big money.
easy money (=money that you earn easily)
For many, selling drugs seems like easy money.
spending money (=an amount of money that you can spend on anything you want)
We had £500 spending money saved for our holiday.
pocket money/spending money British English (=a small amount of money that parents regularly give their children)
How much pocket money do you get?
government/taxpayers'/public money
More taxpayer’s money should be spent on the railways.
a sum of money (also an amount of money)
£10,000 seemed a huge sum of money to me.
be a waste of money
Fancy clothes for a baby are a waste of money.
be value for money British English (=used when saying that something is worth the amount of money you pay for it)
The holiday was excellent value for money.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See GAIN 1 (gain)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

{v. phr.} To solicit donations for a charity or a specific project.
Our church is trying to raise the funds for a new organ.


[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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