Idioms with money

pin money

A small amount of money.

You can buy iPhone with pin money.

coin money

Make a lot of money, easy and quickly

With my knowledge in IT technologies I could coin money.

money doesn’t grow on trees

money is not something that you can just take from somewhere

I have been told over and over again as a child that money doesn’t grow on trees.

bring home the bacon

Earn money for the family

As the head of the family, my mother ensures that she brings home the bacon.

IDIOM

definition

Common phrase that has a specific meaning.

Idiom of the Day 16/7/2024

fly off the handle

Meaning of idiom

Lose temper easily

Example of idiom

When David told me he was broke my guitar, I really flew off the handle.

What is an Idiom ?

Definition says - An idiom is a phrase or expression that typically presents a figurative, non-literal meaning attached to the phrase.

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