What does 'Money burns a hole in your pocket' mean?
If someone has money burning a hole in their pocket, they are eager to spend it, normally in a wasteful manner.
Country: International English | Subject Area: Money | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
- Out of your own pocket
- For my money
- Money for jam
- Money pit
- Pin money
- On the money
- Rolling in money
- Give someone a run for their money
- Money to burn
- Money for old rope
- Show me the money
- Money talks
- Made of money
- Money laundering
- License to print money
- A fool and his money are soon parted
- Money makes many things
- Money doesn`t grow on trees
- You pays your money and you takes your chances
- You pays your money and you takes your choice
- Make money hand over fist
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