Meaning: not valuable or worth anything.
Example: Freedom fighters are at a discount in present politics. Read on
Meaning: to accumulate wealth rapidly.
Example: My knowledge of ICT technology could help me coin money. Read on
Meaning: to carelessly misuse one's wealth
Example: He lost his job for playing ducks and drakes with the funds of a corporation. Read on
Meaning: to complete a task, no matter what it may need.
Example: In for a penny, in for a pound, we need to stay up all night and get the report done since we cannot turn it in half-finished. Read on
Meaning: being right about something.
Example: What he predicted was right on the money. Read on
Meaning: an unreasonable demand but something that is one's legal right.
Example: If you do not pay the amount of money, I have lent you by the agreed time, I will get a pound of flesh from you in return. Read on
Meaning: Complete authority or unrestricted freedom of action or a free hand.
Example: Roger was given a blank check by Mr. Musk. He could spend as much as he wanted to implement the latest driving technology. Read on
Meaning: to make money quickly.
Example: He decided to make a quick buck by selling his CD collection. Read on
Meaning: the opposite aspect, contrasting arguments.
Example: You should consider the other side of the coin when a wife leaves her husband and not just blame her for walking out on him. Read on
Meaning: Rewards, progress or other good results with little or no effort.
Example: The problem is that the working class perpetually has to struggle to get by, whereas the rich continually have access to easy money. Read on
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Meaning: progress very quickly
Example: Regan's reading skills are coming on in leaps and bounds with the new teacher. Read on
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