Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Money"

The meaning of "Money" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does money off mean?
A: @leo2445513: yes it's the same as a discount.
Q: What does Where can I change money? mean?
A: @beetgrob: It could mean that but if you want smaller denominations you would most likely say "Where can I get some change?"
Q: What does I'm 15 grand deep. I'm losing money every day. These sentences are from a TV show. Id like to know what the first sentence means. my pure guess is my debt is 15 grand? mean?
Q: What does "smart money say" in 856 mean?
A: The odds are against you. "The money" is what people are betting. So he's saying "the odds are against you, so it's probably not wise to bet on you".
Q: What does money talks, BS walks mean?
A: This means that words alone will get you nothing in life, but if you have money you can persuade people to do what you want

Example sentences using "Money"

Q: Please show me example sentences with
What does [i don't need no money ] mean? I heard this sentence from a song (Sia's song CHEAP THRILLS).
A: it’s slang, and technically incorrect grammar. she is saying that she doesn’t need any money to have fun. it’s common to use double negatives in sentences casually, ie, ‘ain’t nothin wrong with that’ or ‘I don’t got no toys’ etc etc
Q: Please show me example sentences with i want to have it good.for it,i have to earn much money..
A: "I want a good life so I have to earn a lot of money."
"I'll need to earn a lot of money to live the good life."
"I have to earn a ton of money to have it good."
Q: Please show me example sentences with We need to watch our money ..
A: "hey, hun can you explain these credit card charges?"

"I bought a few things at the mall last week."

"This is a lot, we need to watch our money. We're on a budget."
Q: Please show me example sentences with "...wise", such as "money wise". Can I say "date wise" when making a plan?.
A:
When "wise" is used this way, I feel like it is prefacing whatever you are going to say next. It is kind of like saying
"には".

Examples:
"Do you have any issues money wise" (Similar to saying, "Do you have financial issues")

"Date wise, is there anywhere you want to go?" (Yes, you can use it when making a plan.)

"School wise, I am extremely busy."

Synonyms of "Money" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between make money and earn money ?
A: There isn't a difference. To earn money may have a stronger connotation with earning money working a proper job.
Q: What is the difference between make money and earn money ?
A: You earn money when you trade your time and energy for money. I earn my money by working in construction.
Make money can mean the same thing but it has a different usage as well. Generally, investing money is seen as making money if you receive a profit.
I make money by investing in stocks.
He made his money when oil was discovered on his land.
Q: What is the difference between save us money and save our money ?
A: "Save us money"
They won't necessarily save your money, but they may save their money.

"Save our money"
This is definitely about them saving your money.

Both can be about saving your money, it's just the first one that can be stretched to mean something different.
Q: What is the difference between If I were you,I would refuse the money and if I were you, I should refuse the money. and my grammar book says :would 代替了should ?
A: That might be why! :)
Q: What is the difference between for my money and in my opinion ?
A: Same meaning. "for my money" is less formal.

Translations of "Money"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Which one is the natural? (1)I make money five times as much as average workers. (2)My income is five times as make money as average workers.
A: This would be "I make five times as much money as average workers" :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? We have lent money to you many times
A: It would sound more natural to say "we've lent you money a lot"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how much longer will you spend your money on drinking?
A: That's how I say it
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? money
A: Money is currency just like Won is. Ex) Sorry, I left my wallet at home. Do you have any money to pay this bill? You can also say cash. Ex) Sorry, I left my wallet at home. Do you have any cash on you?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? a money or some money
A: Some money

Other questions about "Money"

Q: "I can't let him in knowing he tried to steal my money." Does this sound natural?
A: You could say:
I can’t let him in given that he stole from me

or that he tried to steal from me.

Given is more firm, strong and is like putting your foot down.
Q: Yet despite all that money sloshing around, the subsidiary is allowed to claim itself as a non-taxing resident of Ireland.

Q. Does it mean that the subsidiary regards itself as a non-taxing resident or the subsidiary has been granted "the status" by the Irish government so what the company itself believes is that it didn't do any wrong doing? Btw the sentence above is from a news report about Apple being accused of getting a preferential treatment from the Irish government.
A: This has been going on for many years. Notice that it is Ireland in fact who are being accused and not just Apple. This is because the EU (and the US) believe that Ireland benefits from Apple's presence in the country (jobs, tax, etc.) and therefore allows them to not pay the 12.5% tax.

If it were not for this preferential treatment, Apple would not channel such a high percentage of its profits into Ireland (where they're not taxed) and instead would send the money to other countries of the EU or the US and pay tax there.
Q: Those weren't my money. Does this sound natural?
A: That wasn't my money. (Taking about past tense)
or
That isn't my money. (Present tense, as if the subject is being spoken about now)
Q: Please show me how to pronounce I had hoped to save more money..
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: I owe him $10.

Who did borrow money in this context?
A: The person speaking.

'I' is referring to oneself 😀

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