dole money

Translations

dole money

n (British)indemnité f de chômage, allocation f chômage

dole money

n (Brit inf) → Arbeitslosenunterstützung f, → Stütze f (inf)
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That's what paid for the huge increase in dole money, as unemployment trebled between 1979 and 1987.
I had seen an advert for teaching abroad on the internet, and began mentally adding up how long it would take to save up dole money to buy a plane ticket.
So this is what it's come to - holding on to dole money has now turned into a game of chance, a toss of a coin.
If I was Enda or Alan, I would be having a long, hard think before I proceeded down the route of making a smash-andgrab on wages and dole money.
At least he's actively searching for work and doesn't want to sit on his backside claiming dole money.
You want to get some of the lazy young people to earn their dole money.
My mates thought it was hilarious that I spent my dole money on Clinique beauty products but that was my sole investment in the future.
For example, we are told that there were 3,000 fewer people claiming dole money in Liverpool in January this year compared to last.
In particular, I want to understand how it is that the some of residents in this programme feel the local authority is neglecting them, as they cannot live on PS53 dole money a week.
The figures come after a long-running Sunday Mirror campaign to help the overall total of 900,000 jobless 18- to 24-year-olds claiming dole money.
Mind those crumbs under the table as I've just swept up," said Ma, and loud enough for the neighbours to hear that the reprobates next door were fed when the ol' feller brought home his ten bob dole money.
A MAN stopped a mugger from stealing his dole money by eating all the cash in his wallet.