get-rich-quick


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get-rich-quick

[ˌgetˌrɪtʃˈkwɪk] ADJ get-rich-quick schemeplan m para hacerse rico pronto, plan m para hacer una rápida fortuna
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It's too bad Matthew McConaughey already made a movie called "Fool's Gold," since the title would've been perfect for his latest--the wildly off-beat, partly true account of a born loser's improbably lucrative get-rich-quick scheme.
Lose the get-rich-quick mentality and pay more attention to every day living within one's means.
Edgar gets entangled in his father-in-law's get-rich-quick scheme.
He's renting a run-down room in his uncle Maurice's house, keeping his ex-wife and kids at arm's length androlling from one get-rich-quick scheme to the other with his pal Doc.
Karl says: "We've never deviated into any get-rich-quick schemes like some.
But somehow I don't think he'll be releasing a get-rich-quick book.
Around 1959, while young and working at a research and development lab, some colleagues and I formed an investment club and turned $10 into $5 with our young get-rich-quick mindsets and approaches.
So the poor, vulnerable and desperate are thrown to the get-rich-quick jackals.
THE ANTITHESIS OF the get-rich-quick scheme, Get Rich Slowly (www.
We have to work on many levels to stop these get-rich-quick schemes, where people are digging for an illusion," Mansur Boreik, head of the Luxor antiquities department, told AFP.
Yet as a community, we also seem to believe that we are entitled to a lifestyle that is well beyond our income, a tendency that goes back to the earliest days of the United States and particularly to get-rich-quick experiences ranging from the Gold Rush of the 1840s to the real-estate bubble of the early 21st century.
Brits should realise that it is more of a lifestyle than a get-rich-quick destination, embrace it and it is far more satisfying than almost anything the UK has to offer.