Money

Money,

Definition of Money:

  1. Anything of value that serves as a (1) generally accepted medium of financial exchange, (2) legal tender for repayment of debt, (3) standard of value, (4) unit of accounting measure, and (5) means to save or store purchasing power. See also cash.

  2. A current medium of exchange in the form of coins and banknotes; coins and banknotes collectively.

Synonyms of Money

Swiss bank account, Affluence, Affluent, Assets, Balance, Bank account, Banknotes, Bankroll, Bills, Blunt, Boodle, Bottom dollar, Bottomless purse, Brass, Bread, Bucks, Budget, Bulging purse, Bundle, Cabbage, Capital, Cash, Cash reserves, Change, Checking account, Chink, Chips, Coin, Coinage, Coins, Command of money, Currency, Dinero, Do-re-mi, Dough, Easy circumstances, Embarras de richesses, Exchequer, Fat, Filthy lucre, Finances, Flush, Folding money, Fortune, Fund, Funds, Gain, Gelt, Gold, Greenbacks, Handsome fortune, Hard cash, Hay, High income, High tax bracket, In clover, In the money, Independence, Jack, Kale, Kitty, Legal tender, Lettuce, Life savings, Liquid assets, Loaded, Lolly, Loot, Lucre, Luxuriousness, Mammon, Material wealth, Mazuma, Means, Medium of exchange, Money to burn, Moneybags, Moneyed, Moneys, Monied, Moolah, Mopus, Needful, Nest egg, Net, Notes, On Easy Street, Ooftish, Opulence, Opulency, Paper money, Pecuniary resources, Pelf, Percentage, Pocket, Pool, Possessions, Profit, Property, Prosperity, Prosperous, Prosperousness, Purse, Rake-off, Ready money, Reserves, Resources, Rhino, Rich, Riches, Richness, Rocks, Savings, Savings account, Scratch, Shekels, Simoleons, Six-figure income, Small change, Smash, Specie, Spinach, Stiff, Stuff, Stumpy, Substance, Sugar, Swag, Take, The ready, Treasure, Unregistered bank account, Upper bracket, Wampum, Wealth, Wealthiness, Wealthy, Well-heeled, Well-to-do, Wherewithal, Cash, Hard cash, Ready money

How to use Money in a sentence?

  1. Richard wanted to purchase all kinds of expensive things like jet skis, a mansion, and speed boats, but simply didnt have enough money .
  2. The government is generally hesitant to print new money during a recession because the flood of spendable cash can lead to inflation.
  3. Before the peak of the Mayan civilization, cacao seeds were used as money in order to do business with the neighboring Aztec civilization, who also viewed cacao seeds as desirable currency for exchange.
  4. I counted the money before putting it in my wallet.

Meaning of Money & Money Definition