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made of money

This page is about the idiom made of money

Meaning: If you are made of money, you have lots of money.

For example:

  • When I was in poor countries, everyone thought I was made of money because I could afford to take time off work and travel so far to their country.

  • That guy Howard acts as if he's made of money, but I know for a fact that he's actually quite poor.

Quick Quiz:

Bob asked if I could give him loan, and I said,"I'm not made of money, you know. Why don't you

a. ask someone else for a loan?"

b. ask me to borrow some money?"

c. lend someone else some money?"

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Contributor: Matt Errey