Translation of easy money in Spanish:

easy money

dinero fácil, n.

noun

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    dinero fácil masculine
    plata fácil feminine South America informal
    plata dulce feminine South America informal
    • It was easy money but now many of them have been caught out and they end up on the streets.
    • Today, many medical professionals market sex determination facilities for easy money; others do so to spread family planning, thinking of it as performing a social service.
    • They are enjoying unprecedented wealth, earning easy money from the lucrative gambling trade which now funds their previously impoverished communities.
    • ‘I guess you could say it's easy money,’ he says.
    • The easy money evaporated and many migrants moved on.
    • Indeed, increasingly over the last decade, the big torrents of easy money flow into Republican hands.
    • However, instant lotteries, wayside roulettes and raffles continue to lure citizens looking for quick and easy money.
    • It may look like easy money, but renting out is not all plain sailing.
    • It came out to thirteen pages, and at $10 a page it was more than the going rate, and easy money for the boys.
    • Like mushrooms after a spring rain, signs pop up at this time of year in hardscrabble urban neighborhoods across the country, promising quick and easy money.
    • This only shows that doctors are generally after easy money.
    • For poor countries golf resorts can provide a lure to draw easy money from wealthy tourists.
    • Maybe he thought he'd like some easy money like the tips his friends the airport and hotel staff get?
    • While some in the cities have washed their hands in the proverbial "running waters" of easy money, there simply isn't enough to go around in the one billion plus country.
    • ‘It's not easy money, it's quick money,’ says Doreen.
    • We understand you need the money, but only having eyes on the short-term, easy money is not very strategic.
    • It is obvious that small post offices are becoming targets of criminal gangs, who see such family run facilities as a soft target for easy money.
    • Believe me, there is no such thing as easy money.
    • The study also found universities were offering quickie degrees to school administrators to make easy money.
    • The parents are anxious not to lose this avenue for easy money.