moneybags


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mon·ey·bag

 (mŭn′ē-băg′)
n.
1. A bag for holding money.
2. moneybags(used with a sing. or pl. verb) Wealth.
3. moneybags(used with a sing. verb) A rich, often extravagant person.

moneybags

(ˈmʌnɪˌbæɡz)
n
(Banking & Finance) (functioning as singular) informal a very rich person
Translations

moneybags

[ˈmʌnɪbægz] N he's a moneybagsestá forrado

moneybags

[ˈmʌnɪˌbægz] n (fam, pej) → riccone/a
References in classic literature ?
I thought your race had loved nothing save their moneybags.
It grieves my heart to see one as gallant as this Stutely die, for I have been a good Saxon yeoman in my day, ere I turned palmer, and well I know a stout hand and one that smiteth shrewdly at a cruel Norman or a proud abbot with fat moneybags.
The first was full of meal; the second of moneybags and papers tied into sheaves; in the third, with many other things (and these for the most part clothes) I found a rusty, ugly-looking Highland dirk without the scabbard.
But the `up again and take another' spirit was as strong in Jo as in Jack, so she scrambled up on the shady side this time and got more booty, but nearly left behind her what was far more precious than the moneybags.
Truly Ernest had shaken them when he stretched out his hands for their moneybags, his hands that had appeared in their eyes as the hands of the fifteen hundred thousand revolutionists.
It was her husband, who had discovered the disappearance of the moneybag, and was crying "Thieves
Moneybags football clubs are raking in more cash with huge increases in the price of stadium tours.
But Howe, 38, has told pals he will stay at Bournemouth as long as Russian moneybags owner Maxim Demin is still willing to pump cash into the side.
The club are 15 points adrift of safety, probably looking up with envy at moneybags Paris St Germain, who are 55 points ahead of them after extending their unbeaten run to 33 matches with a 3-1 win over Lorient.
MONEYBAGS French outfit Paris Saint-Germain will be back for Everton's Seamus Coleman in the January transfer window.
Police found PS200,000 in cash when they searched the house of Paterson, who was dubbed Madam Moneybags.
RUMOURS persist that Paris St-Germain are looking for a new manager to replace under-fire Antoine Kombouare, but the moneybags of French football are odds-on to be crowned Ligue 1 champions, writes Mark Langdon.