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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Once the UO is a national brand, investors will know it isn't just football that makes the university great and ka-ching, ka-ching.
With restaurants, hotels, bars and other commercial establishments ka-ching in on the bacchanalian frenzy, the question now is which one would be considered the mother of all end-of-the world parties?
The CEO's ringtone was the Ka-CHING of a cash register and The Prez's sounded like the closing bell of the New York Stock Exchange.
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.
By betting on pipelines, particularly, you too can expect to go ka-ching.
I often have a glass of wine in the evening and sit back and just look at all the ads, touching them and feeling their slickness, all the while thinking, ka-ching.
The cash register may not ka-ching, nor is there a shower of balloons, bunting, and a fawning store manager, but reaching the 1,000,000th customer mark is just as exciting for online companies, too.
So with nearly all of her sales channels on the Web, the Naperville, Illinois, writer decided to generate big-time buzz online for Sleeping with a D-man so she could hear the ka-ching of her virtual cash register.
She will be performing all of her most famous hits including I'm Gonna Getcha Good, Ka-Ching,Forever & For Always, Thank You Baby and When You Kiss Me/Up.
After the top 10 success of her previous two singles, Gonna Getcha Good and Ka-ching, Forever and For Always is the third single to be taken from her latest multi-million selling album, Up, and sees her returning to the type of slushy country ballad that originally helped to establish her name.
Next Monday the Canadian singer releases her brilliant new single, Ka-Ching.
Ka-ching, I could see the dollar signs in his eyes.