Money is the coins or bank notes that you use to buy things, or the sum that you have in a bank account.
Big money is an amount of money that seems very large to you, especially money which you get easily .
crude silver coins issued in the Spanish colonies of the New World from about 1600 until 1820
capital transferred from one financial centre to another seeking the highest interest rates or the best opportunity for short-term gain, esp from changes in exchange rates
a fee payment required from a new tenant of a house or flat before moving in
money kept in reserve, often for impulsive purposes
A money box is a small box with an opening at the top, into which a child puts coins as a way of saving money.
an object or venture which requires one to spend large sums of money on a regular basis
money and wealth that has not been inherited
money and wealth that has passed down from your ancestors
Pin money is small amounts of extra money that someone earns or gets in order to buy things that they want but that they do not really need .
a small amount of money to be used for incidental expenses
that part of a nation's income that relates to its black economy
If someone makes a payment of blood money to the family of someone who has been killed, they pay that person's family a sum of money as compensation.
unofficial bonuses in the form of illegal cash payments made by a professional sports club to its players
money loaned by banks and recallable on demand
cash, as distinguished from a check or money order
money lent at a low rate of interest
to earn or accumulate wealth rapidly
If you say that something costs money, you mean that it has to be paid for, and perhaps cannot be afforded .
money received from the state while out of work
admission fee to a place of entertainment or recreation
money made with little effort, sometimes dishonestly
a bet in which the winnings are the same as the amount staked
money declared by a government to be legal tender though it is not convertible into standard specie
an amount of money paid in advance
a sum of money so large as to be considered unreal
Gate money is the total amount of money that is paid by the people who go to a sports match or other event.
(in the US) money given directly to a candidate in an election to assist his or her campaign
a reward paid for the capture or slaying of a fugitive, outlaw, etc
a charge made by a retailer to a supplier for introducing the supplier's goods to its stores
If a person is paid hush money, someone gives them money not to reveal information they have which could be damaging or embarrassing .
If you make money, you obtain money by earning it or by making a profit .
a belt worn around the waist which has a pouch that can carry money
a tropical marine gastropod, Cypraea moneta
a money-market fund
something which causes someone to lose money or to make a loss rather than a profit
If you say that a business, product, or investment is a money-maker, you mean that it makes a big profit .
A money order is a piece of paper representing a sum of money which you can buy at a post office and send to someone as a way of sending them money by post.
a shot in a pornographic film in which a male performer is seen to ejaculate
If you say that money talks, you mean that if someone has a lot of money, they also have a lot of power .
a fanciful tree that when shaken sheds coins or paper money
wages evaluated with reference to the money paid rather than the equivalent purchasing power
liquid assets that can be converted to cash very quickly, such as a bank deposit or bill of exchange
Paper money is money which is made of paper. Paper money is usually worth more than coins .
paper that is cut and printed to resemble paper money, often used in playing board games
any money offered, paid, or received as a prize
a cash inducement provided by a manufacturer or distributor for retailers or their staff, to reward successful selling
money that you make easily or quickly
funds for immediate use; cash