Translation of money-making in Spanish:

money-making

lucrativo, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈmʌnɪˌmeɪkɪŋ//ˈməniˌmeɪkɪŋ/

adjective

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    lucrativo
    rentable
    • Moneymaking ventures were envisioned through different types of agriculture, office developments, and an inn.
    • Trafficking in human beings is now the third largest illegal moneymaking venture in the world after illegal weapons and drugs trafficking.
    • We quickly turned our attention to almost any moneymaking scheme we could cook up.
    • The product offered is merely the excuse to legitimize the real and probably illegal moneymaking scam.
    • Sadly though, not all blackjack mistakes merely reduce your profit on a moneymaking hand.
    • Numerous moneymaking schemes rely on pyramids: the recruitment of spiralling numbers of people in order to throw more money into the mix.
    • Plus this would make for a real moneymaking tourist destination, with people scrambling to buy t-shirts and cigarettes.
    • To keep his moneymaking park clean and crime-free, Zach invested in trash cans and surveillance cameras - and promptly laid off his entire crew of janitors and security guards.
    • The fact of the matter is, no company makes a lot of moneymaking hybrid vehicles and it's also a small part of the market.
    • The moneymaking machine springs to life like the monster it is.
    • We two women were able to enlist the whole Northwest in a great philanthropic, moneymaking enterprise.
    • It was supposed to be a moneymaking business, but instead it became a nonprofit venture, looking to expand around the country.
    • Much of it is pirated, to be sure, but a significant portion of it - videogame highlights, say - was never intended to be moneymaking in the first place.
    • And of course, practice makes the job perfect and moneymaking.
    • Unfortunately, most of his moneymaking schemes tended to fail.
    • The playoffs are a moneymaking bonus for the teams and the players (contracts cover only the regular season), an important consideration in today's fiscally tight atmosphere.
    • Fitzgerald stopped doing this, as he wanted to work on his novels to write moneymaking popular fiction for the rest of his life.
    • The defence tried to show the mother was behind several moneymaking schemes and angrily rejected people who sought to give her anything but cash.
    • When I was 13, the majority of my once-a-week religion class "friends" looked at confirmation as the best moneymaking venture they were ever forced to embark upon.
    • Meanwhile, the only two truly old-fashioned moneymaking newspapers in the city are trying to create the opposite illusion.