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In our last edition of WORDS, WORDS, WORDS, Dr. English asked you to find the meanings of some common slang expressions related to money. Here are the answers :
Throw money out a window – to waste your money.
Ex: You are throwing money out a window by going to a school other than the Vancouver English Centre!
Get your money’s worth – to get good value for your money.
Ex: I really got my money’s worth at the All-You-Can-Eat sushi restaurant.
Quick buck – money made quickly or easily.
Ex: I don’t care what kind of work I do, I just need to make a quick buck.
**Buck is a slang word for money**
Feel like a million bucks – to feel great.
Ex: Last night I slept for 10 hours and today I feel like a million bucks!
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