money maker


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money maker

1. Something that is financially profitable Our company is in a great position these days—our latest software release has been a huge money maker. I can't believe that simple product has been such a big money maker.
2. slang One's buttocks. Often used in the phrase "shake your money maker." I love to go dancing and shake my money maker! Time to hit the gym and tone the money maker!
See also: maker, money
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The man, who we'll call money maker, is the narrator throughout the advert.
In the background, the money maker is saying, 'Some people respect money, for the potential it holds'
And so starts the journey of the note, moving from a positive scene to a negative scene and on and on, all the while we're listening to the money maker talking about the different things that money does.
The next scene is of a father buying his daughter an ice cream cone with the note, and as these two touching scenes are playing out on screen, the money maker is saying, 'or do you see the happiness money can bring, the meaning that matters far more than mere things.
Sometimes when it is not a money maker pharmaceutical companies do not jump at it.
They've been consistent money makers for a long time and with a little TLC could do much better.