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mint money

To earn a very large amount of money, especially by doing something very successfully. We'll be minting money if we can manage to secure a trading partner in China. I hear Sarah has minted money with sales from her latest novel.
See also: mint, money
References in classic literature ?
For my part, as I was not much use at carrying, I was kept busy all day in the cave packing the minted money into bread-bags.
The source said that the contractors only minted money from the civic agency and maintenance, cleanliness and provison of clean drinking water remained their least priority.
He scripted and presented a film, Raat Kee Baat under this banner, which flopped miserably, but his next movie, in 1957, titled Saat Lakh, literally minted money, as its name and script suggested.
Patrick McCarthy says the fragrance actually has an air of freshly minted money.
Questions asking the readers if they have ever mardi-graed with a shirt or minted money while politicians frown, may disturb parents and teachers, while disengage children.
She will give pensioners specially minted money in the 900-year-old ceremony.
Under this situation doctors paid attention to their private clinics and hospital and minted money from the helpless patients.
Humayun Saifullah proposed if any person or institution had minted money through illegal means, or corruption or mismanagement then principle amount along with interest be recovered from him.