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cha-ching

An imitation of the sound that an antique cash register would make, often used when discussing financial matters or transactions, especially some form of profit. We've posted some excellent sales numbers this holiday season—cha-ching!

che sara, sara

cliché A phrase suggesting that an outcome in the future is uncertain or out of one's control, loosely translated as "whatever will be, will be." This spelling of the phrase is based on Italian, though it is more commonly spelled "que sera, sera," based on Spanish. Well, my application is in the mail, so there's nothing more I can do now. Che sara, sara! A: "How are you not stressed about getting your exam grades back?" B: "Oh, che sara, sara! I studied, I took the tests—what else can I do now?"
See also: ChE, sara

ching

An imitation of the sound that an antique cash register would make, often used when discussing financial matters or transactions, especially some form of profit. We've posted some excellent sales numbers this holiday season—ching!
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ka-ching

An imitation of the sound that an antique cash register would make, often used when discussing financial matters or transactions, especially some form of profit. We've posted some excellent sales numbers this holiday season—ka-ching! A: "Dude, we could sell this stuff for, like, three times as much on the open market." B: "Ka-ching!"
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Ching!

and Ka-ching!
exclam. the sound of a cash register, said to indicate money or imply a financial motive or success. Just got another big order. Ka-ching! Tell, me what’s important, dude. Ching! Right?

Ka-ching!

verb
See Ching!
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