Tag: money

Idiom – Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

English Idiom – Put your money where your mouth is or Put money where your mouth is. Meaning – Back up your words with action. This idiom is used to…

Idiom – Cheap As Chips

English Idiom – Cheap as chips or As cheap as chips. Meaning – Very inexpensive. This expression can be used to refer to something that is reduced in price, something…

Idiom – Cost An Arm And A Leg

English Idiom – Cost an arm and a leg or An arm and a leg. Meaning – Very expensive. This expression is used when something costs a lot of…

Slang – Quid

British English Slang – Quid. Meaning – A pound sterling. The pound sterling (£) is the official currency of the United Kingdom. The plural of quid can be quid or…

Slang – Skint

British English Slang – Skint. Meaning – (adjective) To have no money. The word skint is a slang term commonly used in British and Australian English to describe a situation where…