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chickenfeed

noun [U]  us   /ˈtʃɪk·ənˌfid/ slang
an amount of money that is so small in comparison with other amounts that it is unimportant and can be ignored: They lost $200,000 on this deal, but that’s chickenfeed for a company that big.
Translations of “chickenfeed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 為數甚微的一筆錢,微不足道的款項…
in Chinese (Simplified) 为数甚微的一笔钱,微不足道的款项…
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