quick buck

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

  • This is a long-term project. We are not out to make a quick buck.
  • "We are not cowboy builders just there for a quick buck.
  • But players seep through the cracks, and every season more players make spending a quick buck on a minor leaguer worth every penny.
  • The problem with the current crisis is that even the most prudent and conservative investors are affected and that there is no differentiation between them and those who recklessly invested in windy hedge fund to make a quick buck. Matthew Yglesias » The Grain
  • But the affordable art fair is not the place for investors who are thinking about turning a quick buck. Times, Sunday Times
  • On the outside she is as hard as nails, those flinty eyes constantly darting about, seeking the next opportunity to make a quick buck. The Sun
  • What if a bunch of small-time criminals thought they could make a quick buck? Times, Sunday Times
  • I need to make a quick buck without much effort.
  • There are lots of so-called ‘nutritionists’ or ‘nutritionalists’ who are more interested in making a quick buck than helping you get healthier.
  • They were just in it to make a quick buck.
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