folding money


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folding money

Paper money, especially in large amounts. Boy, I bet you had to lay down some serious folding money for that new sports car, huh? How much folding money is this repair job gonna cost me? Now, don't go shelling out all your folding money at once just because you've gotten your first paycheck.
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folding money

bills of various dollar denominations. I don't want a check. Give me folding money! You got any folding money with you?
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folding money

and folding stuff
n. U.S. paper bank notes, as opposed to coins. All I got is change—no folding stuff. Sorry, I don’t have any folding money with me. Can you pick up the bill?
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