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paved with gold

used about a city to mean that it is easy to make money there: Unemployed youngsters still come to London thinking that the streets are paved with gold.
Translations of “paved with gold”
in Chinese (Traditional) (某個城市)遍地是黃金,極容易發財…
in Chinese (Simplified) (某个城市)遍地是黄金,极容易发财…
(Definition of paved with gold from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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