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pocket change

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpocket changeˈpocket ˌchange noun [uncountable] American English  1 a small or unimportant amount of money The money is nothing – pocket change to them.2 coins that you carry in your pocket
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pocket changeThat is why he was here Saturday night, fighting on Fox for pocket change.A rich good guy who could buy and sell drug lords out of his pocket change.Urgent Request won that race as only a 2-1 favorite, but it would have been nice pocket change for the owner.Admission is $ 4 at the door, leaving plenty of pocket change for amorous pursuits.
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