chunk of change

a chunk of change

A lot of money. I can't wait to file my taxes because I know I'm getting a chunk of change back this year. Wow, nice car! That must have cost a chunk of change!
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chunk of change

Fig. a lot of money. Tom's new sports car cost a real big chunk of change!
See also: change, chunk, of
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The beat owners know that if they hold an angler to paying a good chunk of change for a day any sensible soul would spend tying flies beside a warm fire, word will soon get out and the queue of sporting clients will quickly grow thin.
com/2018/01/30/omarosa-manigault-celebrity-big-brother-money/) reports the celebrities have been promised a bigger chunk of change should they make it to the end.
He does have a plan, albeit one which needs a chunk of change, and some fair winds.
If you spent a chunk of change on a campaign that didn't deliver ROI, scrap that approach this year and put more money into the types of ads that got results.
Landlords could get a bigger chunk of change in landlord-tenant court proceedings from tenants who don't pay their rent, if a bill proposed by Rep.
It may seem like a big chunk of change at first, but the information and education you'll gain will be worth ever so much more.
95, 416 pages, ISBN 9780761171737), I could have saved myself a chunk of change.
And financial wellness expert Nima Abu Wardeh, the founder of UAE Saves Week, said: "If you take an arbitrary figure of Dhs50, times that by five, then times that by the number of weeks in the year -- that's a chunk of change.
For a small country that is no insignificant chunk of change.
Speech recognition and biometrics still cost a nice chunk of change, but I wonder what a forward-looking bank would be willing to pay.
That chunk of change is now question, however, as the production company has discovered that the movie has been pirated and circulated over the net.
Even turning in TMs issued with smaller items like small arms and chemical masks will save Uncle Sam a big chunk of change.
As per to Osterhout Design Group (ODG) founder Ralph Osterhout, the Big M has invested a hefty chunk of change into ODG's wearable computing technology.
The cuts, Cole said, are "just Congress' way of finding a chunk of change to cut out of SNAP at the expense of a lot of really poor Americans.
While the biggest chunk of change is expected to be made in short-term rentals, the media glare brought by the nation's biggest sporting event of the year has served as a great advertisement for tri-state real estate.