In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1USinformalit's not worth a dime — no vale nada
- this car can turn on a dime — este coche es muy maniobrable / gira en muy poco espacio
- to be a dime a dozen
- they are a dime a dozen — (very cheap) son baratísimos
- After all, no matter who goes first overall or who slides into the second half of the first round, you're not going to see a dime of that money, and neither am I.
- That's a lot of loot for a pair of companies that have yet to make a dime in profits.
- Without a dime of government money we are turning thousands of people per month into independent homeowners.
- I'm an outsider, un-American for not contributing a dime to the $40-billion-a-year diet industry.
- He stops speaking to May and refuses to contribute a dime to her education.
- We bought our house by borrowing $100,000 from his parents' retirement fund and have not paid back a dime - another nightmare.
- Even if you never spend a dime of the reserve, the tax savings on your contributions ensure you'll be no worse off than if you hadn't enrolled.
- ‘This has been a large front-end expenditure for us before we even see a dime of revenues from the settlement,’ he says.
- The vast majority of dot-coms will never see a dime of profits.
- The hub deal especially contrasts with the down-and-dirty business of having to bet a billion dollars on a vehicle program that may never produce a dime of profits.
- He figured that he might as well live till the whole sham is over, this way he won't have to spend a dime of his new found, hard earned money.
- But its minority investors never saw a dime in profit.
- Inspectors have the right to pop any locks (and you won't get a dime in compensation; they're allowed to do it by law).
- The exact economics may be beyond me, but I suspect neither one of us will be saving a dime on this tax cut.
- Any money goes to people who previously bought the stock for pennies; the company doesn't get a dime.
- Not a dime of the money stays where it nominally is.
- They hardly spent a dime, whereas I spent money so fast, I almost ran out of credit cards.
- The two things people need to keep in mind is that we are talking small amounts of money and you cannot afford to lose a dime.
- Why did so many investors put so much money behind so many companies that had never made a dime?
- Sure, he got his contingency fee, but the families wouldn't have gotten a dime without his help, and in many cases, they would need millions to care for their chronically ill children.
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