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easy moneynoun [U]

us   /ˈi·zi ˈmʌn·i/
infml money that you get with little effort: Schools facing tight budgets see corporate sponsorship as easy money.
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easy moneynoun [U]

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FINANCE money that is cheap and easy to borrow: The business pages were calling it 'the end of the era of easy money'.
money that is easy to earn: He was drawn to the easy money that came with celebrity.
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