For My Money Idiom

for my money
What does for my money mean?
used before you say something to show that it is your opinion“For my money, I believe that the new company policy will not be successful.”
for my money
What does for my money mean?
used before you say something to show that it is your opinion“For my money, I believe that the new company policy will not be successful.”

Some Random Idioms
get it
What does “get it” mean?
be punished or chastized.You’re gonna get it if you don’t stop now.
Made in the shade
What does “Made in the shade” mean?
One has an easy time in life or in a given situation. Finding things working to one’s benefit.
afraid of one’s own shadow
What does “afraid of one’s own shadow” mean?
to become frightened easilyThe small dog is afraid of his own shadow.
close one’s eyes to (something)
What does “close one’s eyes to (something)” mean?
to ignore somethingThe teacher closed her eyes to the misbehavior of the students.
in hand
What does “in hand” mean?
under controlThe teacher had the class in hand when the principal came to visit the classroom.
make sense
What does “make sense” mean?
seem reasonableHis new proposal really does make sense.
draw a blank
What does “draw a blank” mean?
to get no response to something, to get a negative resultThe manager drew a blank when he went to the head office to get information about the merger.
hire out (something)
What does “hire out (something)” mean?
rent something to someoneWe hired out our boat last summer because we were too busy to use it.
At the bottom of the totem pole
What does “At the bottom of the totem pole” mean?
If someone is at the bottom of the totem pole, they are unimportant. Opposite is at the top of the totem pole.

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