Piece of change



noun phrase

(Variations: hunk may replace piece; jack may replace change) Money, esp a large amount: which would come to quite a piece of change (1914+)
A sum of money, especially a considerable amount, as in That car is worth a piece of change. [ ; early 1900s ]

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