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muh nee may king

  • n  the act of making money (and accumulating wealth)
  • s  producing a sizeable profit
  • s  profit oriented
    a moneymaking business

  • It made a kind of amoral sense for the agency to turn to the Mob: when the Cuban leader took power, he closed down the Mafia's big moneymaking operations in Havana; Roselli had .
  • The Post went from a decent, dull paper to a crackling, moneymaking one.
  • After the reforms of 1991, moneymaking became respectable again, and the old business houses acquired the esteem that had eluded them.

  • Charles Schumer in International Herald Tribune
    What the company has called a glitch, Schumer said was "more about moneymaking than malfunction."
  • Jamie Carragher in International Herald Tribune
    For richer or poorer, we'd sold Liverpool to two ruthless businessmen who saw us as a moneymaking opportunity,Carragher writes in "Carra: My Autobiography," published by Bantam Press. "They didn't buy Liverpool as an act of charity;...
  • Pervez Musharraf in The Age
    Musharraf told The Washington Post on Tuesday: "You must understand the environment in Pakistan. This has become a moneymaking concern. A lot of people say if you want to go abroad and get a visa for Canada or citizenship and be a millionaire, get...

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