Definitions of "money"
  1. A commonly accepted form of exchange that can be used for goods and services
  2. Property or payment that is, or can be readily changed into, cash
  3. Wealth that is used as a resource to be loaned, invested, or traded on the market
  4. Numerous or specific amounts in cash or cash equivalents
How to use "money" in a sentence
  1. The charity didn't need more volunteers, what it really needed was money.
  2. He accused them of stealing the money that was supposed to go towards the project.
  3. Unexpected costs can suddenly appear when least expected, so it's always a good idea to have some money saved up.

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