a plan that shows how much money you have and how you will spend it - budget, an amount of money that you pay as the first part of the total payment for something - deposit, money or goods that are given to help a person or organization - donation, the money that you pay for a journey in a vehicle such as a bus or train - fare, an amount of money paid for a particular piece of work or for a particular right or service - fee (entrance/registration f.; lawyer's f.; tuition f.), an amount of money that has to be paid as a punishment for not obeying a rule or law - fine, an amount of money provided by a government or organization for a special purpose - grant, a regular payment that you make, for example each month, in order to pay for something - instalment, an amount of money that is borrowed, often from a bank, and has to be paid back - loan, an amount of money that is paid in one large amount on one occasion - lump sum, the price that a person or company says they will charge to do a piece of work - quote, an official statement of what a person has decided should be done with their money and property after their death - will, money that you borrow to buy a home - mortgage, money that is earned from doing work or received from investments - income, a general, continuous increase in prices - inflation /ɪnˈfleɪʃn/, the amount of money that a person needs to live - cost of living, the amount of money and comfort people have in a particular society - standard of living, the money that is used in a particular country at a particular time - currency, the rate at which the money of one country can be changed for the money of another country - exchange rate, a period when the economy of a country is not successful and conditions for business are bad - recession, the percentage of an amount of money that is charged or paid by a bank or other financial company - interest rate (high/low i.r.), one of the equal parts that the value of a company is divided into when it is owned by a group of people - share (to buy/sell s.), a society in which people often buy new goods, especially goods that they do not need, and in which a high value is placed on owning many things - consumer society, said to warn someone to be careful how much money they spend, because there is only a limited amount - Money doesn't grow on trees., about a person unwilling to spend money - sb's really tight-fisted, to be extremely expensive - to cost an arm and a leg / a (small) fortune, to have just enough money to pay for the things that you need - to make ends meet, said about you or your bank account when you owe money to the bank - to be in the red (opp. in the black), about something that is not worth what you pay for it - It's a rip-off / robbery!, to spend less money than you did before because you have less money - to tighten your belt, to spend more than you earn - to live beyond your means,
Money - nouns (Advanced) - flashcards
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