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pock·et mon·ey

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  1. pocket moneynoun

    A small sum of money given to a child, by a parent or guardian.


  2. pocket moneynoun

    (chiefly US) A small sum of cash, carried on the person, for small, daily expenses.

    pin money

Princeton's WordNet

  1. pocket money, pin money, spending moneynoun

    cash for day-to-day spending on incidental expenses

    pin money, spending money

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  1. Ramadhani Mohamed:

    I used to rely on my parents for pocket money to buy clothes, but this programme has turned the tables, because now I am able to contribute to my family’s finances.

  2. Mr vybs live:

    Did you know that wallet in runyankole is called pocket money

  3. The Post:

    Britney, Inside the Dream, she’s had to ask permission to use the phone and for access to any kind of money. Even her body has not been hers to control. Basically she’s been turned into a 12-year-old girl – permanently – asking Daddy if she can have pocket money. These limitations, these shackles, have always been part of the conservatorship.

  4. Elton John:

    They have their own little bank accounts and pocket money that they give, its the young people who are changing the world, it's fantastic.

  5. Michael Bivona:

    The opportunities on cruise ships are endless, where else can retirees spend time teaching what they enjoy while traveling around the world, eating wonderful food and earning extra pocket money?Possible jobs onboard cruise ships include golf instructors, scuba diving/water sports instructors, bridge instructors, arts and crafts instructors, caricature artists, dance instructors and photographers.I have a friend who has been a dance host on ships for six years, and plans on continuing for as long as his legs hold out.

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