Mom and Pop :
Miss The Boat :
If you miss the boat, you are too late to take advantage of an opportunity.
Mom and Pop :
A mom and pop business is a small business, especially if it is run by members of a family. It can be used in a wider sense to mean that something is small scale.
Monday Morning Quarterback :
A Monday morning quarterback is someone who, with the benefit of hindsight, knows what should have been done in a situation.
Money Burns A Hole in Your Pocket. :
If someone has money burning a hole in their pocket, they are eager to spend it normally in a wasteful manner.
Money Doesn’t Grow in Trees :
This means that you have to work to earn money. It doesn’t come easily or without effort.
Money for Jam :
If something is money for jam, it is a very easy way of making money.
Money for Old Rope :
If something is money for old rope, it is a very easy way of making money.
Money Laundering :
If people launder money, they get money made illegally into the mainstream so that it is believed to be legitimate and clean.
Money Makes Many Things. :
This means that money is important.
Money Talks. :
This means that people can convey many messages with money and many things can be discovered about people by observing the way they use their money.
Money to Burn :
If someone is very rich, he has money to burn.
Monkey Business :
If children get up to monkey business, they are behaving naughtily or mischievously. This phrase is the same as MONKEYING AROUND.
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