folding money


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folding money

bills of various dollar denominations. I don't want a check. Give me folding money! You got any folding money with you?
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folding money

and folding stuff
n. U.S. paper bank notes, as opposed to coins. All I got is change—no folding stuff. Sorry, I don’t have any folding money with me. Can you pick up the bill?
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