and some change

and change

And a little extra. "Change" here is a reference to coins, as in the price of something, but the phrase does not always refer to money. This healthy lunch only cost me a few bucks and change. He's a tall guy, about 6'3" and change.
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and some change

AMERICAN
People say and some change to mean a small additional amount of something, usually money. Now I had two hundred and seventy-one thousand dollars and some change. A year and some change ago, I lost my job with the union.
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