cash cow Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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cash cownoun [C]

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FINANCE a ​business, ​product, or ​service that makes a large ​profit, often used to make ​money to ​support other ​businessactivities: Hong Kong Telecom has been a ​cash cow, thanks to a huge ​number of ​internationalcalls.
MARKETING a ​product that has a large ​share of a ​market that is ​growing very little
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