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for my money

This page is about the idiom for my money

Meaning: You can say "for my money" to mean the same as "in my opinion".

For example:

  • For my money, the best restaurant in town is the "Ahaan Aroy" Thai restaurant in Prescott Street.

  • Leo reckons Sony make the best TVs, but for my money the new Panasonics are much better than Sonys.

Quick Quiz:

Our friend said "For my money, bookshops charge too much compared to online bookstores." This means

a. he buys books from online bookstores

b. he thinks bookshops charge too much

c. he can't afford books sold in bookshops

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Contributor: Matt Errey