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big bucks

plural noun, Slang.
1.
a large amount of money.
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British Dictionary definitions for big bucks

big bucks

plural noun (informal, mainly US)
1.
large quantities of money
2.
the power and influence of people or organizations that control large quantities of money
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Slang definitions & phrases for big bucks

big bucks

noun phrase

A large amount of money; great sums of money; megabucks: That car would cost you big bucks today (1970+)


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Idioms and Phrases with big bucks
A great deal of money, as in A swimming pool—that means you're spending big bucks. Buck has been slang for “dollar” since the mid-1800s. [ ; second half of 1900s ]
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