Heavy money

noun phrase

(Variations: big or important or real may replace heavy; dough or jack or sugar may replace money) A large amount of money; impressive sums; megabucks: Why did she walk out on a movie career which was paying her heavy money?/ I’ve been busy cleaning up some heavy dough/ So nobody’s about to pay big money for the site fee of a Tyson versus Ribalta (1924+)

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