In this post; we would like to share the most common American slang for money.
- Bill. Meaning: one hundred dollars, or a piece of paper money.
- a fifty-dollar bill.
- Wad. Meaning: a considerable amount of money.
- a wad of cash.
- Buck. Meaning: commonly means a dollar, but can also mean an amount of money in general, or a hundred dollars.
- his bag costs only fifty bucks.
- You can earn more bucks as you go.
- Fin/fiver/five-spot. Meaning: five-dollar bill.
- Sawbuck/ten-spot/Hamilton. Meaning: ten-dollar bill. Alexander Hamilton is pictured on the $10 banknote.
- C-note or Benjamin. Meaning: 100 dollar bill.
- Grand. Meaning: a thousand dollars.
- five grands for a one-year program.
- Nickel. Meaning: originally refers to a coin worth five cents, but as a slang term it means something that costs five dollars.
- Dime. Meaning: originally means a coin worth ten cents, but as a slang term it means ten dollars.
- Other general terms for money: scratch, dough, moolah, cheddar, and smacker.
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