5 Idioms: Money

We have here 5 idioms about money or financial status.

well off / well to do / well heeled – rich
Example: Ben can travel the world without any worries on expenses because he is well heeled.

tighten your belt – spend less than usual
Example: I need to tighten my belt just until I find a new job.

money spinner – good money maker
Example: His restaurant has become really famous and also a money spinner.

on the breadline – very poor
Example: After his father lost his job 3 years ago, they have been living on the breadline.

spend money like water – spend too much money mindlessly
Example: Despite inheriting so much money from his parents, John is now poor because he spent his money like water.

Now, let’s see if you are able to understand these idioms.

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