Associations to the word «Money»

Wiktionary

MONEY, noun. A legally or socially binding conceptual contract of entitlement to wealth, void of intrinsic value, payable for all debts and taxes, and regulated in supply.
MONEY, noun. A generally accepted means of exchange and measure of value.
MONEY, noun. A currency maintained by a state or other entity which can guarantee its value (such as a monetary union).
MONEY, noun. Hard cash in the form of banknotes and coins, as opposed to cheques/checks, credit cards, or credit more generally.
MONEY, noun. The total value of liquid assets available for an individual or other economic unit, such as cash and bank deposits.
MONEY, noun. Wealth.
MONEY, noun. An item of value between two parties used for the exchange of goods or services.
MONEY, noun. A person who funds an operation.
MONEY, noun. (as a modifier) Of or pertaining to money; monetary.
MONEY BAG, noun. A bag, normally with a drawstring, used for holding money.
MONEY BAG, noun. (in the plural) A wealthy person.
MONEY BAGS, noun. Plural of money bag
MONEY BELT, noun. A belt concealed under clothing, having a pocket for money or other documents.
MONEY BOMB, noun. (US) (politics) An intense, short-term internet fundraising campaign, usually taking 24 hours or less
MONEY BOX, noun. A tin with a slot in the top for depositing coins, used by children to save.
MONEY BOXES, noun. Plural of money box
MONEY BROKER, noun. (finance) A broker who deals in different kinds of money; one who buys and sells bills of exchange; money changer.
MONEY CHANGER, noun. A person who will exchange currency of one type for another for a fee or percentage.
MONEY CHANGERS, noun. Plural of money changer
MONEY CHANGING, noun. The act of exchanging currency of one type for another for a fee or percentage.
MONEY CHEST, noun. A burglar-resistant container for storing money and other precious items.
MONEY CLIP, noun. A clip used for securing folded banknotes.
MONEY CLIPS, noun. Plural of money clip
MONEY COWRY, noun. A mollusc of the species Cypraea moneta, the shells of which were formerly used as money in most continents (America, Asia, Africa, Oceania).
MONEY CROP, noun. Alternative term for cash crop
MONEY FOR JAM, noun. (idiomatic) (informal) Money made very easily.
MONEY FOR OLD ROPE, noun. (idiomatic) Money exchanged for goods of low value.
MONEY GOGGLES, noun. (plurale tantum) the illusion that a man appears more attractive to women when he is wealthy regardless of his appearance or personality
MONEY LAUNDERING, noun. The act of engaging in transactions designed to obscure the origin of money that has been obtained illegally.
MONEY MACHINE, noun. A very profitable scheme or institution, sometimes (derogatory) one that disregards aesthetic or spiritual concerns in favour of making money.
MONEY MACHINES, noun. Plural of money machine
MONEY MAKER, noun. Something profitable.
MONEY MAKER, noun. (idiomatic) A woman's buttocks.
MONEY MAKER, noun. (slang) A lady’s breast.
MONEY MAN, noun. Someone who provides the financing for an endeavor.
MONEY MARKET, noun. (finance) A market for trading short-term debt instruments, such as treasury bills, commercial paper, bankers' acceptances, and certificates of deposit.
MONEY MARKET FUND, noun. (finance) A mutual fund (US) that invests almost exclusively in short-term money market instruments whose value is deemed unlikely to fluctuate.
MONEY MARKETS, noun. Plural of money market
MONEY MEN, noun. Plural of money man
MONEY MULE, noun. (finance) (slang) a person who transfers stolen money or merchandise from one country to another, either in person, through a courier service, or electronically
MONEY MULES, noun. Plural of money mule
MONEY OF ACCOUNT, noun. (finance) A denomination of value used in keeping accounts, for which there may, or may not, be an equivalent coin.
MONEY ORDER, noun. A type of cheque, usually purchased from a postal service to allow safe sending of money through the post, possibly to be redeemed in another country.
MONEY ORDERS, noun. Plural of money order
MONEY PIT, noun. (idiomatic) A possession or financial commitment that creates substantial ongoing expenses, especially one whose costs are considered to be unsustainable.
MONEY PIT, noun. (sometimes capitalized) Long-standing nickname of a complicated, seemingly man-made excavation on Oak Island in Nova Scotia, Canada, rumored to contain pirate treasure and which has been repeatedly and unsuccessfully probed at great expense.
MONEY PLANT, noun. Any of several plants with seeds, pods, fruit, or foliage that resemble coinage.
MONEY PLANT, noun. A herbaceous biennial plant of the species Lunaria annua, grown for its attractive spring flowering and dried silver seed pod middles, native
MONEY PLANT, noun. A tropical vining plant of the species Epipremnum aureum, native to northern Australia and much of southern and eastern Asia.
MONEY PLANT, noun. A small, fleshy-leaved plant of the species Crassula ovata
MONEY PLANT, noun. A small plant with very round, dark green leaves, of the species Pilea peperomioides, native to southern China.
MONEY SCRIVENER, noun. (finance) (British) A person who produces the loan of money to others.
MONEY SHOT, noun. The shot or scene of a film that cost the most to produce, most commonly an action sequence. Alternatively referred to as the 'money-making' shot.
MONEY SHOT, noun. The moment in a pornographic film where the male subject of the scene in question ejaculates; so named because it is often considered the most important part of the film, and often an actor who is unable to provide the shot goes unpaid.
MONEY SHOTS, noun. Plural of money shot
MONEY SPIDER, noun. (UK) (Ireland) Any spider of the family Linyphiidae, superstitiously believed to bring financial good luck.
MONEY SPIDERS, noun. Plural of money spider
MONEY SUPPLY, noun. The total amount of money (bills, coins, loans, credit, and other liquid instruments) in a particular economy
MONEY TREE, noun. (non-idiomatic usage) An imaginary tree from which money can be plucked; mentioned as an impossible object — see: money doesn't grow on trees.
MONEY TREE, noun. (US) A miniature tree sculpture decorated with currency, often used as a raffle prize or a gift.
MONEY TREE, noun. (commercial name) The Malabar chestnut, Pachira aquatica.
MONEY TREE, noun. The jade plant, Crassula ovata.
MONEY TREE, noun. The cocoa tree, Theobroma cacao.
MONEY TREE, noun. (Chinese mythology) A kind of holy tree believed to bring money and good fortune.
MONEY TREE, noun. (Australia) A cheap tree sculpture, decorated with currency, used as a raffle prize because it would be illegal to offer a cash prize.
MONEY TREES, noun. Plural of money tree

Dictionary definition

MONEY, noun. The most common medium of exchange; functions as legal tender; "we tried to collect the money he owed us".
MONEY, noun. Wealth reckoned in terms of money; "all his money is in real estate".
MONEY, noun. The official currency issued by a government or national bank; "he changed his money into francs".

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