Chump-change



noun
1.
Slang. a small or insignificant amount of money.

noun phrase

A trivial sum of money, a trivial matter. For example, Dave was sick of working for chump change; he wanted a decent salary, or Don’t put that on the agenda; it’s chump change. This expression uses chump in the sense of “a fool or sucker who should be ignored.” [ ; 1960s ]
Also see: chicken feed

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