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金儲け, 金もうけ, かねもうけ

  • kanemōke


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • money-making

Examples of 金儲け,金もうけ,かねもうけ in a Sentence

He will do anything to make money.
He was so intent on money-making that he had no time to think of anything else.
She is always out to make a buck.
He thinks only of making money.
Tony realized that if he hired another crew, got more customers and did the job quicker and sloppier, he could make more money.
He has only one aim in life, to make money.
Figuring a way to make a dollar comes ahead of thinking about how to do the job better.
She knows the art of making money.
The movie rights to a successful novel is easy money for the writer of the novel.
He is alert to every chance of making money.

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