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“Put by” means “to ​save an ​amount of ​money to use ​later”.  Example: We ​try to put by a few dollars every ​week.

“Put by” means “to ​save an ​amount of ​money to use ​later”. Example: We ​try to put by a few dollars every ​week.

Idiom of the day: Tighten your belt.  Meaning: To spend less money.  #idiom #idioms #english #learnenglish

Idiom of the day: Tighten your belt. Meaning: To spend less money. Example: I’ve had to tighten my belt since I stopped working full-time.

“Bang for the buck” means “to get a good result for the money you…

“Bang for the buck” means “to get a good result for the money you spent”. Example: Even though Mariko’s trip to London was expensive, she felt that she got some bang for the buck.

“Do a runner” means “to leave a place quickly in order to escape trouble or to avoid paying for something”. Example: We had to do a runner when we realized we had no money to pay at the café. Origin:...

“Do a runner” means “to leave a place quickly in order to escape trouble or to avoid paying for something”. Example: We had to do a runner when we realized we had no money to pay at the café.

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“Have deep pockets” means “to have a lot of money”. Example: Let’s make a list of everyone we know with deep pockets, and see if any of them want to invest in our company.

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