English version

see the colour of somebody’s money

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsee the colour of somebody’s moneysee the colour of somebody’s moneyspokenPAY FOR to have definite proof that someone has enough money to pay for something ‘A whiskey, please.’ ‘Let’s see the color of your money first.’ colour
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