Some money idioms contain different coins and currencies. Let’s take a look at the most common ones.

money idioms with buck

A buck is a slang term for the word ‘dollar’.

buck idioms
buck idioms - bang for one’s buck
buck idioms - big bucks
buck idioms - make a quick buck

money idioms with dollar

A dollar is a unit of currency used in countries including the US, Canada and Australia. It is equal to 100 cents.

dollar idioms
dollar idioms - bet your bottom dollar
dollar idioms - feel like a million dollars
dollar idioms - look like a million dollars
dollar idioms - million dollar question
dollar idioms - pay top dollar

money idioms with penny

A penny is the smallest coin we have in English. 100 pennies = a pound.

penny idioms
penny idioms - cost a pretty penny
penny idioms - in for a penny, in for a pound
penny idioms - penny for your thoughts
penny idioms - penny pincher
penny idioms - spend a penny
penny idioms - ten a penny
penny idioms - the penny drops
penny idioms - turn up like a bad penny

money idioms with pound

A pound is a monetary unit used in England, it is also a unit of weight. A slang term for a pound is a ‘quid’.

pound idioms
pound idioms - as sound as a pound
pound idioms - in for a penny, in for a pound
pound idioms - pound of flesh
pound idioms - take a pounding