rolling in money

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Related to rolling in money: make a killing, put a price on

roll in (something)

To have or have something coming in vast amounts. (Usually said of money, and mostly used in the continuous tense.) I wouldn't worry too much about the Smiths. They're rolling in cash. She's rolling in endorsements right now, but that doesn't mean she has the votes.
See also: roll

rolling in money

Exceptionally wealthy; having large amounts of money to spend. I hear her father is rolling in money, so I wouldn't be too worried about her future. Once we get this plan underway, we'll be rolling in money in no time!
See also: money, roll
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(be) ˈrolling in it/money

(informal) (be) very rich: She’s been the managing director of the company for 10 years, so she must be rolling in it by now.
See also: money, roll
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