heavy bread

heavy bread

slang A lot of money. A: "Wow, did you see Sam's fancy new car?" B: "Yep. He's making some real heavy bread at his new job, so he can afford a ride like that."
See also: bread, heavy
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heavy bread

and heavy money
n. a great deal of money. Man, that car cost some heavy bread. He can afford it. He pulls down some heavy bread.
See also: bread, heavy
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