ka-ching

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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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THE chimes of the Champions League theme tune are in danger of being drowned out by the ker-ching of the cash registers at Celtic Park.
Offers should come flooding in, money will change hands and all you can hear is the sound of ker-ching today
Just take a trip to a place where there is no free healthcare and marvel at how the tills all ker-ching.
The barometer of success for any follow-up is the ker-ching of box office tills.
HIGHLAND KER-CHING Street where three women shared PS1m
John has always been noted for his fearless punting and doubtless there was more than the prize-money resting on the event, so when only a win for rival John Honeysett and last place for his own representative in the final leg could deny him, it looked to be ker-ching time.
and he just kept on ringing up the KER-CHING Craig Whyte's balance sheet received an immediate boost when he did the deal to buy Rangers.
If they don't want to end up skint like their loser parents, then chase the ker-ching with a sale out the front to flog unwanted toys.
Gorge on dishes like "Pressed Foie Gras and Dutch Eel with Celeriac Pure and Poached Vanilla Apples" washed down with several bottles of a perky French red, and before you know it, ker-ching, your merry little group is signing a chit for pounds 701.
Connor apparently tried out for Ringo, but you can imagine the splutter from the audition room because visually and vocally he's the spit of a young Macca and - ker-ching - even plays bass left-handed.