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 деньги n
gen. money (англ. только sing, рус. – только plural); currency; cash; exchange; coin; dough; dumps; kudos; pocket; purse; rhino; roll; rubbish; shiners; silver; lsd (от латинского librae, solidi, dinarii); soap (особ. идущие на взятку); wad; heavy purse; long purse; medium of circulation; cly; ducats; grigs; siller; finance; piles; wherewithal; furniture of one's pocket; pocket-book; the dollars; the sinews of war (необходимые для ведения войны); the wherewithal; mammon; pounds, shillings and pence; the furniture of one's pocket; mula (АБ Berezitsky); penny; Lp (разг. Anglophile); cush (часто – отложенные на чёрный день); fettie; geetus; stuff (the s.); bat money; pocket book; spinage; furniture of one's pockets; savings (The couple lost their entire life savings on the venture. OCD Alexander Demidov); rivet; rust; shiner; smackeroo; lucre (Foreign coins are not acceptable lucre in most vending machines in this country – Webster PanKotskiy)
account. currency (обычно наличные деньги: монеты, банкноты); funds
adv. circulating medium; necessaries
amer. crap; jack; rocks; scads; splosh; sugar; chuck steak; chucker; bling (Lu4ik)
amer., nonstand. haddock
amer., slang frog hair; spondulicks; loot; moo
anc.hebr., humor. shekel
arch. grig
austral. moolar (Sergei Aprelikov)
austral., inform., maor. hoot
austral., slang chip; crust; quid (особенно большая сумма)
bank. pile
brit. jingle (Tamerlane)
Canada chicamin (Yerkwantai)
coll. treasure
comp., MS money (A medium for exchanging ownership of the economic values represented by one or more currency units)
crim.jarg. cole
econ. bucks; bob; finances; necessary; lubricant (напр., когда необходимо найти источники финансирования ZolVas)
el. money
explan., slang moolah
fin. hard cash; medium of exchange; resource
Gruzovik, econ. cur (currency); Cy (currency)
inform. brad; brass; chink; dust; shekels; brads; chips; the stuff; ducat; dump; l.s.d.; needful; the almighty dollar; dosh (KozlovVN); velvet; skrill (сокращённое от skrilla Penguin); blood; dime (was living big on his investors' dime joyand); nickels (joyand); feddy (mancy7); legal tender (Taras)
jarg. lollipop
Makarov. sinew; the furniture of one's pocket
Makarov., inform. the necessary (на что-либо)
Makarov., inform., obs. the shiny
nonstand. gilt
Scotl., inform. clink
scottish clinker
slang china; change; shells; tin; ackers; gelt; lolly; mopuses; oof; ante; blunt; boot; lettuce; ochre; wampum; mezuma; pocket lettuce; real cheese; rock candy; white bread; ammo; ballast; bark; bones; boodle; bullet; cabagge leaves; cashy; casting; chuck; clinks; coin (небольшая сумма); collateral; corn; cushee; darby; dibs (небольшая сумма); dinero; dingbat; dirt; do-re-mi; dollars; doodle-e-squat; dooteroomus; dots; feed; filthy; filthy lucre; folding cabbage; folding green; folding lettuce; folding money; gee; geedus; geets; geeyus; gingerbread; glue; grease; green; happy cabbage (особенно предназначенные для покупки красивых вещей, развлечения и т.п.); hard stuff; jake; jingle-jangle; long green (обычно большие); loot (как правило, большие); lush; M; main line; main-line; mazoo; mazoola; mazoomy; mazulma; mazuma; mazume; mezonny; mezume; mon; moola; moola moolah; moula; ocher; oday; offtish (обычно для развлечений, азартных игр и спекуляции); oil (чаще подкуп); oochre; oofus; ooks; ookus; ootish (обычно для развлечений, азартных игр и спекуляции); Oscar; palm oil; pap; paper; pitch; poke; pudding; quiff; rind; rivets; rock; salt; salve (особенно заработанные с большим трудом); scratch; scrip; shot (особенно взятые в долг); simoleon; skads; soap (особенно предназначенные для подкупа); soap-grease; spon; stamps (особенно бумажные); the green stuff; the necessary; the needful; the soft; tlac; tusheroon; tusheroony; wafers; hot short (особенно взятые в долг); suds; stuff; green stuff; buck (Thamior); balsam; mopus; salad; sallet; wampumpeag; doowacky (Anglophile); billies (Anglophile); spondulix (Anglophile); akka (Anglophile); akker (Anglophile); doubloons (Anglophile); spinach; scrilla (наличные Taras); skrilla (амер. Aly19); cheddar (Aly19); duckets (Aly19); cake (I don't have cake in my pocket, in the bank, or under my mattress.What am I going to do? У меня нет денег в кармане, банке или под матрасом. Что я буду делать? Interex); do-re-me (Interex); duc-ducs (Interex); ends (We don't have enough ends to pay the gas bill. У нас нет в достатке денег заплатить по счёту за газ. Interex); lace (Interex); long bread (Interex); mazulla (Interex); mean-green (Can I borrow a little mean-green till payday? Могу я занять немного денег до получки? Interex); foldable stuff (palinaelena); chedda (chiefcanelo); doug (Acruxia); bands (в тысячах chiefcanelo); racks (пачки денег (I just turned a dollar into six racks) chiefcanelo)
slang, explan. cabbage
slang, Makarov. bean
stat. currency (в Англии в применении к банковским билетам и наличным, деньгам; в США также и к банковским деньгам)
vulg. green shit; inns
zool., amer., nonstand. haddie
 e-деньги n
fin. e-money (MichaelBurov); e-currency (MichaelBurov); electronic cash (MichaelBurov); e-cash (MichaelBurov); ecash (MichaelBurov); electronic currency (MichaelBurov); digital money (MichaelBurov); digital cash (MichaelBurov); cyber currency (MichaelBurov); cybercurrency (MichaelBurov); cyber money (MichaelBurov); cybermoney (MichaelBurov)
 the necessary деньги n
inform. necessary
 деньга n
amer., inform. peso
slang geetis; red
slang, Makarov. bread
 деньга́ n
Gruzovik, inform. money (singular only); dough (singular only)
 сленг деньги n
brit. nicker (Franka_LV)
 де́ньга n
Gruzovik, obs. half-kopeck coin (тж. деньга́)
 идиш деньги n
inform. mazuma
 Деньги n
slang Cheese (Пример: "Do you have any cheese?" Franka_LV)
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