Meaning of “money” - Learner’s Dictionary

money

noun [ U ] us uk /ˈmʌni/
We knew he'd taken the money.She offered me more money or a car, and I chose the latter.Many teenagers earn money, for instance by babysitting or cleaning cars.The bank refused to lend us money for another mortgage.He's no good at managing his money.

A1 the coins or banknotes (= pieces of paper with values) that are used to buy things:

How much money have you got?
It costs a lot of money to buy a house.
He spends / all his money on clothess.
The company's not making (= earning) any money at the moment.
→ See also pocket money

(Definition of “money” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)