ka-ching

ka-ching

 (kə-chĭng′)
interj. Slang
Used to indicate the ringing of the bell of a cash register being opened, often as a way of indicating money-making or profitability.

[Imitative.]
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Eight incumbent members, namely Mr Cheung Leong, Mr Victor Lam Hoi-cheung, Professor Diana Lee Tze-fan, Mrs Susan So Chan Wai-hang, Dr Doris Tse Man-wah, Mr Wong Kit-loong, Mr Kenneth Wong Tai-lun and Dr Yeung Ka-ching, have been re-appointed.
It's always interesting to watch, because somewhere along the way Hollywood's intentions are confounded by the ka-ching of cash registers and the thought of packed audiences.
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Before this, we didn't even know she had a perfume brand, let alone what it was called, now all she has to do is pull her now infamous pose and Ka-ching.
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