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    #1

    Smile bank

    When somebody suggest to buy or choose a product, they use the word "bank for your buck" .

    ie.. "The best "bang for your buck" would be the Core 2 Duo. It all depends on what you want to spend."

    what does it actually mean? is it a business word or commonly used?


    Thanks a lot
    suresh..

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    Re: bank

    'Bang for your buck' means 'value for money'. It's a common enough expression IMO.

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