“A piggy bank overflowing with cash! Coins and banknotes are stored safely in this ceramic pig.”
- The verb overflowing means that a container is so full the contents go over the sides.
- A piggy bank is usually used by children. Children save their pocket money (a child’s allowance or weekly spending money) inside their piggy bank.
- A ceramic object is made from clay.
The idiom bring home the bacon is used to refer to providing financial support for your family.
More Pig Expressions:
- Pig out (slang) – To eat too much or to eat a lot.
- Pigs might fly (idiom) – This idiom is said about something that has little to no chance of happening.
Expressions Related To Money:
- Loan shark (idiom) – Someone who lends people money and charges them an extremely high rate of interest.
- Put your money where your mouth is (idiom) – Back up your words with action.
- Quid (slang) – A British pound.
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