- nouncurrency issued by a government or central bank and consisting of printed paper that can circulate as a substitute for specie• Hypernyms: ↑currency• Hyponyms:↑fractional currency, ↑fiat money, ↑bill, ↑note, ↑government note, ↑bank bill, ↑banker's bill, ↑bank note, ↑banknote, ↑Federal Reserve note, ↑greenback
* * *noun [noncount]informal : ↑paper money
He always carries a lot of folding money.
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folding money — ☆ folding money n. Informal PAPER MONEY … English World dictionary
folding money — AND folding stuff n. U.S. paper bank notes, as opposed to coins. □ Sorry, I don’t have any folding money with me. Can you pick up the bill? □ I sure could use some more of that folding stuff … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
folding money — noun Paper currency; cash in the form of printed banknotes. [I]magine that you parted with some good folding money for it takes the long green to secure four year old peach brandy. Syn: paper money … Wiktionary
folding money — /ˈfoʊldɪŋ mʌni/ (say fohlding munee) noun Colloquial banknotes. Also, folding stuff … Australian English dictionary
folding money — noun Date: circa 1930 paper money … New Collegiate Dictionary
folding money — Informal. See paper money. [1925 30] * * * … Universalium
folding money — noun informal money in the form of notes … English new terms dictionary
folding money — fold′ing mon′ey n. cvb inf paper money • Etymology: 1925–30 … From formal English to slang
money — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Medium of exchange Nouns 1. money, finance, funds, treasure, capital, assets; ways and means, wherewithal; money matters, economics, the dismal science; resources, backing (see means); purse strings.… … English dictionary for students
money — Synonyms and related words: Swiss bank account, affluence, affluent, assets, balance, bank account, banknotes, bankroll, bills, blunt, boodle, bottom dollar, bottomless purse, brass, bread, bucks, budget, bulging purse, bundle, cabbage, capital,… … Moby Thesaurus