Idiom: Put more green into something
To put more green into something is to spend more or to increase investment in it.Country: American English | Subject Area: Colours | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Green-eyed monster
- Get the green light
- Green thumb
- Green light
- Green fingers
- Green around the gills
- Walk the green mile
- Green with envy
- Like green corn through the new maid
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