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English Idioms Referring To Money 1



  • A Dime A Dozen - something very common; something easy to get
  • Restaurants are a dime a dozen.

  • Baker's Dozen - a dozen is 12, a baker's dozen is 13
  • When I go to the bakery. I always ask for a dozen cookies, but they give me a baker's dozen.

  • Going Dutch - each person pays their part of the bill
  • Mary & I went to the movies, and we went dutch.

  • Hush Money - money given to someone to keep a something secret
  • The boss paid hush money to his ex-wife.

  • In The Hole - to owe money
  • We are in the hole. We borrowed a lot of money to buy our car.

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