big bucks

  1. a large sum of money (especially as pay or profit)
    they sank megabucks into their new house
    she made a bundle selling real estate
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How To Use big bucks In A Sentence

  • But that doesn't mean you have to spend big bucks to get the suave Bond look. The Sun
  • Twenty20 is the one form of the domestic game that can bring in some big bucks. Times, Sunday Times
  • He has earned big bucks and won medals but lost his'game '. The Sun
  • However, that changes when the suspected murderers become defendants in sensational trials that could bring in big bucks.
  • September 30th, 2009 12: 39 pm ET this woman was probably a cps worker they get big bucks for infants Update: Amber Alert for abducted newborn
  • For instance, the network has shelled out big bucks to snare Bill Cosby for a new sitcom in the fall.
  • Ben slung his saddlebags over the big buckskin's saddle.
  • $ony is a heartless company that forces its customers to shell out big bucks for inferior products. EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - Today’s Comic, and why Sony continues to blow.
  • There are still a number of folks who'd prefer to gussy-up a hardtail rather than drop the big bucks on a new bike.
  • Using celebrities in advertising is guaranteed to pull in big bucks.
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