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    udles of money

    I have come across an expression udles of money but can't find it in any dictionary, I imagine that it means lots of money" but where does it come from and what does udles mean?

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    Re: udles of money

    Try looking for it as "oodles"

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    Re: udles of money

    First of all, it is about oodles and not udles. Secondly, oodles[u:dlz] - is used informal, and means a lot of something. So, oodles of money means a lot of money.

    Eg. oodles of noodles:

    Have a nice day ( life ),


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    Re: udles of money

    Hi Madox, actually I did ask about udles :) I gather that someone must have made a mistake probably transcibing it as they heard it. Thanks anyway. Magda

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