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English idiom
Money is the root of all evil, so what's the point of earning a lot?

Idiom definition
Money is the cause of wickedness, so what's the point of earning a lot?

Correct answer: (d) the cause of wickedness

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English idiom
In my opinion money talks and the little people are totally ignored.

Idiom definition
In my opinion rich people have influence and the little people are totally ignored.

Correct answer: (b) rich people have influence

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English idiom
She's a really happy woman now because for once she's in the money.

Idiom definition
She's a really happy woman now because for once she's got money to spend.

Correct answer: (c) got money to spend

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English idiom
For my money I would sooner go on a cruise than sit all day on the beach.

Idiom definition
In my opinion I would sooner go on a cruise than sit all day on the beach.

Correct answer: (b) In my opinion

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English idiom
He has very little to do but he gets well paid and agrees it's money for jam.

Idiom definition
He has very little to do but he gets well paid and agrees it's easy money.

Correct answer: (d) easy money

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I think she should stop talking about it and put her money where her mouth is.

Idiom definition
I think she should stop talking about it and give money for something she says she believes in.

Correct answer: (c) give money for something she says she believes in

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If you want to find some help with your project ask him because he's got money to burn.

Idiom definition
If you want to find some help with your project ask him because he spends money foolishly.

Correct answer: (b) he spends money foolishly

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As soon as he had won the lottery, he went crazy and started spending money like water.

Idiom definition
As soon as he had won the lottery, he went crazy and started spending money freely.

Correct answer: (a) spending money freely

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English idiom
When you consider all the advantages you've gained I think you'll admit you had a good run for your money.

Idiom definition
When you consider all the advantages you've gained I think you'll admit you had a lot of benefit from your money.

Correct answer: (d) a lot of benefit from your money

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She's made it clear that we don't need to worry because money is no object.

Idiom definition
She's made it clear that we don't need to worry because money is not important.

Correct answer: (a) money is not important

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