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    Mind is offline Newbie
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    Default "he is on the money."

    Hi ,

    I don't understand what does means "he is on the money" .

    this expression "he is on the money" is an idiomatic expression or has direct meaning.

    what means this sentence : "he is on the money' .

    Please explain it.

    Thanks.

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    susiedqq is offline Key Member
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    Default Re: "he is on the money."

    It's an idiom that means: he is exactly right; he has assessed the situation correctly.

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