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money-grubbing

adjective
 
 
( also money-grabbing) disapproving
mainly interested in money and doing everything possible to get it: They see their bosses as money-grubbing robots and not as coworkers.
money-grubber noun [C] ( also money-grabber)
Translations of “money-grubbing”
in Chinese (Traditional) 財迷心竅的,貪財的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 财迷的,贪财的…
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