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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However, when there are enough men around, women will gravitate toward the ones with the 'ka-ching,' or at least, the ones of the same economic standing (see paragraph above).
"Every time a song plays, a cash register goes 'ka-ching.' It doesn't surprise me that they've come out fighting in defense of their asset."
So if we see Islamabad backing off from its repeated albeit artificial stance of neutrality in the Middle East and desire to play mediators, we should also hear the ka-ching sound that it accompanies.
and Ka-CHING!, two great songs to warm up the crowd for the five-hour concert held at Autism Rocks Arena.
Ka-ching! She opens her book, clears throat girlishly, sips water from a glass goblet and reads to us behind the redwood podium: 12 minutes describing a man's face on the city bus.
Snowboy is playing in the forest when Greenbackboy suggests they play KA-CHING. The game involves cutting down trees and exchanging them for piles of KA-CHING.
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.
In her role as Wine Culture Correspondent, Drexel will contribute a series of columns, including "Ka-Ching," which highlights brick and mortar wine retailers around the United States.
Ka-Ching! Another eight bits into the newspaper vending machine.
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.
Her other books include Ka-Ching! (Pittsburgh, 2009), Two and Two
Ka-ching! 2,280 calories and 83 grams of fat -- more of both than you should have in a day.