In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- That means one in three cashpoints now extract up to £1.75 from customers for the privilege of gaining access to their own dosh.
- They've got the adventurous outlook of the traditional budget traveller, with one important difference: dosh.
- So the secret of becoming a big-time writer and making lots of dosh as an independent is to write something that has the same effect.
- In truth, the premises are too large and cavernous, the sort of place that would need a lot of dosh spent if it was to have some feeling of intimacy.
- And if you give dosh to rich oldsters, it must be at the expense of someone else.
- What he could not promise was any extra dosh in the here and now.
- If there is dosh sloshing around the Treasury, wouldn't it be better spent on tax cuts for all the young folk struggling in poorly paid jobs, unable to buy a home?
- Any extra dosh makes us more miserable than ever.
- I reckon that he won't shift himself until there is absolutely no money left in the tea caddy where they keep the pension dosh.
- She needs some dosh cos she wants a new career as a screenwriter.
- But should I be spending dosh replacing stuff if I was about to try and buy a house?
- But in this case despite bucket loads of dosh being spent on it the film fails to reach the quality and standards of some his past ventures.
- Both will get a lot more dosh - our dosh - but their fundamental, fatal flaws will remain.
- And you should count yourself among a lucky minority if they grace you with eye contact when they stick out their paw for your dosh.
- She, without asking, snatched my card wallet (which also contains dosh and other cards).
- If you make a lewd amount of dosh, you deserve it.
- But it can't be the government's fault, it says, because it has provided oodles of extra dosh.
- If your tenant wants to leave, make sure you have already taken that crucial six weeks' dosh as deposit.
- I felt mortified at some neighbours feeling obliged to cough up dosh.
- More titles, and a Swiss bank account full of dosh, await.
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