fast buck

  1. quick or easy earnings
    they are traders out to make a fast buck
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How To Use fast buck In A Sentence

  • Claims that the club is attempting to make ‘a fast buck’ are simply preposterous.
  • Just the ones who bring out clothing collections purely to make a fast buck. The Sun
  • History suggests he's not in this to make a fast buck. The Sun
  • They may not have sold their own grandmothers for a fast buck. Times, Sunday Times
  • The manufacturers out to make a fast buck? The Sun
  • After literally half an hour The Kills left the stage but in such a short time they had certainly convinced the audience that they are not just another garage rock band looking to make a fast buck on the style bandwagon.
  • If you're a fast buck, want a big house and fast car, you're not for us!
  • Jennie Formby, Unite's national officer for food and drink, said: If we had laws in place which put the stability of UK business before the fast buck mentality of the City then we could still claim Cadbury as a great British success story. Reform of banking system will take years, warns Mervyn King
  • It is a pity that the Government is still unable to prevent unscrupulous fly-by-night money chains, and schemes from exploiting the common man's urge to make a fast buck out of nothing.
  • A celebrity in a search of a fast buck can do a lot worse than lend their name to a range of scoff.
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