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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlollylol‧ly /ˈlɒli $ ˈlɑːli/ noun (plural lollies) British English informal  1 [countable] frozen juice or ice cream on a stick syn ice lolly2 [countable] a hard sweet made of boiled sugar on a stick syn lollipop3 [uncountable] old-fashionedMONEY money – used humorously
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lollyNow the company is making more than 200,000 lollies a week and staff have been placed on overtime to cope with extra demand.Three giant production centres on 75 acres of land making 254 different varieties of ice creams and lollies.We see another bunch of outdoor reporters huddled into their coat collars, clutching mikes like they were chocolate lollies.The plant now sends ice lollies all over the world.And Pendleton's managers are hopeful their sales will continue to soar when their famous Twicer ice lolly is relaunched next week.We use 42 thousand miles of wrapping paper a year. 218 million lolly sticks a year.Wipe the apples and push lolly sticks into them.It was a substitute act which brought the lolly.
From Longman Business Dictionarylollylol‧ly /ˈlɒliˈlɑːli/ noun [uncountable] British English informal old-fashioned moneyHe must be rolling in lolly.
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