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Translation of "money" - English-Portuguese dictionary

money

noun   /ˈmʌn·i/
A1 [no plural] the coins or pieces of paper that are used for buying things dinheiro How much money have you got? He spends all his money on clothes and music. The company’s not making (= earning) any money at the moment.
be made of money
to be very rich ser muito rico No, you can’t have a new phone. I’m not made of money, you know.
money doesn’t grow on trees
said to warn someone to be careful how much money they spend, because there is only a limited amount dinheiro não dá em árvore “Mum, I’d like a new bike.” “I’ll have to think about it – money doesn’t grow on trees, you know!”
money for old rope UK
money you get for doing something very easy dinheiro fácil Babysitting is money for old rope if the children don’t wake up.
Translations of “money”
in Arabic نُقود…
in Korean 돈…
in Malaysian wang…
in French argent…
in Turkish para, nakit…
in Italian denaro, soldi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 貨幣, 錢,金錢, 財產…
in Russian деньги…
in Polish pieniądze…
in Vietnamese tiền…
in Spanish dinero…
in Thai เงิน…
in German das Geld…
in Catalan diners…
in Japanese お金…
in Indonesian uang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 货币, 钱,金钱, 财产…
(Definition of money from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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