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there's muck there's money

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  • muck — muck1 [ mʌk ] noun uncount 1. ) INFORMAL dirt, or an unpleasant substance 2. ) waste matter from animals, especially when it is spread on fields to improve the soil 3. ) MAINLY BRITISH INFORMAL something unpleasant, offensive, or of no value: Why …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • money — see money can’t buy happiness money has no smell money isn’t everything money is power money is the root of all evil money, like manure, does no good till it is spread …   Proverbs new dictionary

  • where there’s muck there’s brass — Brass is a slang and dialectal word for ‘money’ here. 1678 J. RAY English Proverbs (ed. 2) 179 Muck and money go together. 1855 H. G. BOHN Hand Book of Proverbs 564 Where there is muck there is money. 1943 J. W. DAY Farming Adventure xii. ‘Where… …   Proverbs new dictionary

  • where there's muck, there's brass — You can make money doing dirty jobs nobody else wants to do. Where there s muck, there s money is also used …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • where there's muck there's brass — Meaning Where there are dirty jobs to be done there is money to be made. Origin Originated in Yorkshire, England where brass is a slang term for money. Hardly used nowadays, although writers sometimes call on it when they want to establish a… …   Meaning and origin of phrases

  • where there's muck there's brass — where there’s muck there’s brass british phrase used for saying that people can make money if they are willing to do unpleasant jobs Thesaurus: relating to money and possessionssynonym types of tax and taxationhyponym Main entry: muck * * * where …   Useful english dictionary

  • Where there's muck, there's brass. — British something that you say which means you can make a lot of money from work that most people do not want to do because they think it is dirty or unpleasant. Decorating s a messy job, but where there s muck, there s brass …   New idioms dictionary

  • where there's muck there's brass — British used for saying that people can make money if they are willing to do unpleasant jobs …   English dictionary

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