wonga


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wonga

(ˈwɒŋɡə)
n
informal Brit money
[C20: possibly from Romany wongar coal]
Translations

wonga

[ˈwɒŋgə] N (Brit) → pasta f, guita f

wonga

n (dated inf)Moos nt (dated sl), → Knete f (dated sl)
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Short-term lender, Wonga, has announced that it has hired a new board member in order to enhance its image.
A TORY minister has deleted evidence of his links to Wonga from his website after it was revealed he leaked a committee report on payday lenders to the company.
Richie Jones: "Have no problem with Wonga but like the shirt, but only if it has black and white stripes all the way down the Back
A MUM-OF-SEVEN who joined in a fraud against the loans company Wonga has been ordered to work for the community as punishment.
PAYDAY lender Wonga is launching a new advertising campaign featuring "hard-working dinner ladies and mums" after ditching its controversial puppet ads.
STRUGGLING Wonga have revealed plans to try to ditch their payday lender image.
WONGA has insisted it can survive a clampdown on payday lenders - despite slumping into the red following a PS100m slide in revenues.
PAYDAY lender Wonga is expected to slump into the red when it publishes full-year results this week.
POLICE have ruled out a criminal investigation into payday lender Wonga over the scandal in which it chased customers with fake legal letters to pressure them into paying up.
FINANCE POLICE have ruled out a criminal investigation into payday lender Wonga over the scandal in which it chased customers with fake legal letters to pressure them into paying up.
BRITAIN'S biggest payday lender, Wonga, has placed new caps on the cost of its loans ahead of an industry clampdown which comes into force next month.
BRITAIN'S biggest payday lender Wonga has placed new caps on the cost of its loans ahead of an industry clampdown which comes into force next month.