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money-saving

  • 541 dinero + dedicarse a

    (n.) = money + go towards
    Ex. Most of the money meant for repairs eventually went towards redecorating the church and buying a new sound system.
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    (n.) = money + go towards

    Ex: Most of the money meant for repairs eventually went towards redecorating the church and buying a new sound system.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero + dedicarse a

  • 542 dinero + ser para

    (n.) = money + go towards
    Ex. Most of the money meant for repairs eventually went towards redecorating the church and buying a new sound system.
    * * *
    (n.) = money + go towards

    Ex: Most of the money meant for repairs eventually went towards redecorating the church and buying a new sound system.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero + ser para

  • 543 dinero de bolsillo

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    (n.) = pocket change, pocket money
    Ex. As a teenager, he used to earn pocket change by collecting and selling recyclable newsprint with his uncle, a former old-time 'ragman'.
    Ex. Weekly pocket money or a monthly allowance is one way for children to get some money to spend.
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    (n.) = pocket change, pocket money

    Ex: As a teenager, he used to earn pocket change by collecting and selling recyclable newsprint with his uncle, a former old-time 'ragman'.

    Ex: Weekly pocket money or a monthly allowance is one way for children to get some money to spend.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero de bolsillo

  • 544 dinero de soborno

    (n.) = hush money
    Ex. He was accused of paying hush money to a former mistress.
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    (n.) = hush money

    Ex: He was accused of paying hush money to a former mistress.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero de soborno

  • 545 dinero del premio

    (n.) = prize money
    Ex. This article describes some of the projects that the library developed with the prize money.
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    Ex: This article describes some of the projects that the library developed with the prize money.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero del premio

  • 546 dinero del rescate

    (n.) = ransom money
    Ex. This is partly because the 40-year civil war has developed into a war of attrition, with ransom money from kidnapping providing much of the financial backing.
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    Ex: This is partly because the 40-year civil war has developed into a war of attrition, with ransom money from kidnapping providing much of the financial backing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero del rescate

  • 547 dinero electrónico

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    Ex. Apart from serving as ' electronic money', smart cards are already being envisaged as identification and access control passes, bearers of personal records, encryption devices and so on.
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    Ex: Apart from serving as ' electronic money', smart cards are already being envisaged as identification and access control passes, bearers of personal records, encryption devices and so on.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero electrónico

  • 548 dinero fácil

    m.
    an easy buck, easy money, a fast buck, fast buck.
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    Ex. This dream suffered from a lack of funding and the distractions of the dot-com era's get-rich-quick schemes.
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    Ex: This dream suffered from a lack of funding and the distractions of the dot-com era's get-rich-quick schemes.

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    easy money

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero fácil

  • 549 dinero ganado con el sudor de la frente

    Ex. Customers choose an establishment and spend hard-earned money and they want employees to exude appreciation through the attitude that 'we aim to please, the customer is always right, service is our business, and quality is our middle name'.
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    Ex: Customers choose an establishment and spend hard-earned money and they want employees to exude appreciation through the attitude that 'we aim to please, the customer is always right, service is our business, and quality is our middle name'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero ganado con el sudor de la frente

  • 550 dinero negro

    m.
    black money, unlawful money.
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    (n.) = undeclared income, grey money [gray money], black money
    Ex. He decided that he would not on principle refuse to earn undeclared income in the underground economy if a reasonably risk-free opportunity presented itself.
    Ex. Economists estimate that some ten percent of circulating capital in the world is ' gray money' derived from illegal activity (largely drug and weapon sales).
    Ex. Finally, the Finance Minister should perhaps think of falling back on his old strategy -- of ferreting out the black money using some carrot.
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    (n.) = undeclared income, grey money [gray money], black money

    Ex: He decided that he would not on principle refuse to earn undeclared income in the underground economy if a reasonably risk-free opportunity presented itself.

    Ex: Economists estimate that some ten percent of circulating capital in the world is ' gray money' derived from illegal activity (largely drug and weapon sales).
    Ex: Finally, the Finance Minister should perhaps think of falling back on his old strategy -- of ferreting out the black money using some carrot.

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    undeclared money

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero negro

  • 551 dinero para acallar la conciencia

    Ex. Thousands of libraries of all kinds were built (many with the conscience money of Andrew Carnegie).
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    Ex: Thousands of libraries of all kinds were built (many with the conscience money of Andrew Carnegie).

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero para acallar la conciencia

  • 552 dinero para acallar la consciencia

    Ex. Thousands of libraries of all kinds were built (many with the conscience money of Andrew Carnegie).
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    Ex: Thousands of libraries of all kinds were built (many with the conscience money of Andrew Carnegie).

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero para acallar la consciencia

  • 553 dinero para caprichos

    (n.) = pin money
    Ex. By making such information available, feminist scholarship has challenged the notion that women work for ' pin money': their earnings are now largely essential to the livelihood of their families.
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    (n.) = pin money

    Ex: By making such information available, feminist scholarship has challenged the notion that women work for ' pin money': their earnings are now largely essential to the livelihood of their families.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero para caprichos

  • 554 dinero para gastos imprevistos

    (n.) = cash float, petty cash
    Ex. Most libraries maintain a small cash float for the giving of change and, in addition, money is received in payment of fines.
    Ex. Petty cash may be used for the purchase of small items such as urgently required stationery items or postage stamps.
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    (n.) = cash float, petty cash

    Ex: Most libraries maintain a small cash float for the giving of change and, in addition, money is received in payment of fines.

    Ex: Petty cash may be used for the purchase of small items such as urgently required stationery items or postage stamps.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero para gastos imprevistos

  • 555 dinero para gastos iniciales

    (n.) = seeding money, seed money
    Ex. In addition, IFLA Headquarters presently receives $37,000 annually as seeding money for publications and for the organization of the annual General Conference.
    Ex. Federal seed money encouraged state and local support.
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    (n.) = seeding money, seed money

    Ex: In addition, IFLA Headquarters presently receives $37,000 annually as seeding money for publications and for the organization of the annual General Conference.

    Ex: Federal seed money encouraged state and local support.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero para gastos iniciales

  • 556 dinero para gastos personales

    (n.) = pocket change, pocket money
    Ex. As a teenager, he used to earn pocket change by collecting and selling recyclable newsprint with his uncle, a former old-time 'ragman'.
    Ex. Weekly pocket money or a monthly allowance is one way for children to get some money to spend.
    * * *
    (n.) = pocket change, pocket money

    Ex: As a teenager, he used to earn pocket change by collecting and selling recyclable newsprint with his uncle, a former old-time 'ragman'.

    Ex: Weekly pocket money or a monthly allowance is one way for children to get some money to spend.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero para gastos personales

  • 557 dinero procedente de los impuestos

    Ex. The library was fairly typical of its kind but unusual for the amount of tax money appropriated for it, and the speed with which the stock was bought.
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    Ex: The library was fairly typical of its kind but unusual for the amount of tax money appropriated for it, and the speed with which the stock was bought.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero procedente de los impuestos

  • 558 dinero propio

    m.
    personal money.
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    Ex. The captain's living quarters in a warship were furnished according to his pocket, the bare necessities in the case of an officer without private means, and luxury for a noble or wealthy man.
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    Ex: The captain's living quarters in a warship were furnished according to his pocket, the bare necessities in the case of an officer without private means, and luxury for a noble or wealthy man.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero propio

  • 559 dinero público

    m.
    public money, public monies.
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    (n.) = public tax money, tax dollars, public money, public funds, public funding
    Ex. The public tax money is allocated according to pressures from various competing agencies, including politicians and some segments of the public.
    Ex. Public libraries are supported by tax dollars and augmenting that support by charging fees not only is fiscally sound, it is equitable.
    Ex. Rendering information services is one way to show that the library is using public money to good advantage.
    Ex. This is probably a misuse of public funds and a betrayal of public trust.
    Ex. This phenomenon will have serious consequences for the profession of librarianship, or any profession that depends on public funding.
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    el dinero público
    (n.) = public's dollars, the

    Ex: And those of us who manage the public's dollars will be held to account -- to spend wisely, reform bad habits, and do our business in the light of day -- because only then can we restore the vital trust between a people and their government = Y los que manejemos el dinero público tendremos que responder de ello (gastar con prudencia, cambiar malos hábitos y hacer nuestro trabajo a la luz del día) porque sólo entonces podremos restablecer la confianza entre el pueblo y su gobierno.

    (n.) = public tax money, tax dollars, public money, public funds, public funding

    Ex: The public tax money is allocated according to pressures from various competing agencies, including politicians and some segments of the public.

    Ex: Public libraries are supported by tax dollars and augmenting that support by charging fees not only is fiscally sound, it is equitable.
    Ex: Rendering information services is one way to show that the library is using public money to good advantage.
    Ex: This is probably a misuse of public funds and a betrayal of public trust.
    Ex: This phenomenon will have serious consequences for the profession of librarianship, or any profession that depends on public funding.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero público

  • 560 dinero que tanto ha costado ganar

    Ex. Customers choose an establishment and spend hard-earned money and they want employees to exude appreciation through the attitude that 'we aim to please, the customer is always right, service is our business, and quality is our middle name'.
    * * *

    Ex: Customers choose an establishment and spend hard-earned money and they want employees to exude appreciation through the attitude that 'we aim to please, the customer is always right, service is our business, and quality is our middle name'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero que tanto ha costado ganar

См. также в других словарях:

  • money-saving — ˈmoney saving [money saving] adjective only before noun that helps you spend less money • money saving offers/tips …   Useful english dictionary

  • money saving — index economic Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • money-saving — index economical Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • money-saving — adj. Money saving is used with these nouns: ↑tip …   Collocations dictionary

  • money saving — Synonyms and related words: Scotch, canny, careful, chary, cheeseparing, conserving, economic, economizing, forehanded, frugal, labor saving, parsimonious, penny wise, provident, prudent, prudential, saving, scrimping, skimping, spare, sparing,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • Money Saving Voucher Codes — Type Voucher Code Website Founded 2009 Headquarters Darlington, England Area served UK Key people …   Wikipedia

  • -saving — suffix ► used to describe something that allows you to use less of a particular thing: »The card comes complete with two money saving offers. »energy saving features/materials/technologies »a time saving device → See also FACE SAVING(Cf. ↑face… …   Financial and business terms

  • -saving — [ seıvıŋ ] suffix used with some nouns to make adjectives meaning spending less, or using less of something: money saving advice energy saving methods …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • -saving — UK [seɪvɪŋ] US suffix used with some nouns to make adjectives meaning spending less, or using less of something money saving advice energy saving methods Thesaurus: suffixeshyponym …   Useful english dictionary

  • money — [[t]mʌ̱ni[/t]] ♦ monies, moneys (plural) 1) N UNCOUNT Money is the coins or bank notes that you use to buy things, or the sum that you have in a bank account. A lot of the money that you pay at the cinema goes back to the film distributors...… …   English dictionary

  • saving — Synonyms and related words: Scotch, aside from, bar, barring, beside, besides, but, cache, canny, careful, chary, cheeseparing, compensating, compensatory, conservancy, conservation, conservational, conservationism, conservationist, conservative …   Moby Thesaurus

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