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nu ţin banii la el!(fam.) money burns his fingers/burns a hole in his pocket.
a fugi cu banii etc.to make away with the money, etc.
a ieşi cu banii (pe masă/la zar)to lay out money; to come across; sl. to come down with the dust.
a lăsa pe cineva în banii/boii lui(fam.) to leave smb. to himself; to leave smb. alone.
a mânca banii cu lingura(fam.) 1. to roll in money; to be made of money; to live on the fat of the land. 2. (a risipi) to play ducks and drakes with the money.
a nu precupeţi nici truda, nici baniito spare neither trouble nor expense.
a pune banii pe masăsl. to plank down the ready.
a restitui banii furaţito replace stolen money.
a se juca cu banii(fam.) to roll in money; to be made of money.
a sta prost băneşte/cu baniito be in reduced/straightened circumstances; to be in straits (for money); (fam.) to be in grief; to be (rather) nard up; to be badly/poorly off.
a strânge banii cu lopata(fam.) to make pots/stacks of money; (fam.) to mint money.
a ţine banii/casato keep the cash.
a trăi pe banii/cheltuiala cuivato live in dependence of smb.
a-i lua cuiva baniito bleed smb. white; to fleece/to drain/to rook smb. of his money.
banii jos/pe masă!(fam.) cash down! down with the/your money! argou ? down with the/your dust! (fam.) pay (down) on the nail!
banii sau viaţa!your money or your life! stand and deliver!
cheta(banii)takings; to take up the collection; to take round the plate; <(intr-un caz urgent)>to pass the hat round
la el banii nu ţinmoney bums/makes holes/a hole in his pockets.
lăsat în banii luileft to oneself.
retrage(banii)to withdraw
scoate banii!down with the cash! sl. plank down your money! sl. amer. down with the dust!
şi uite aşa s-au dus banii(fam.) bang went sixpence, etc.!
suna(cu banii)to jingle
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