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dollars-and-cents

[ dol-erz-uhn-sents ]
/ ˈdɒl ərz ənˈsɛnts /
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adjective
considered strictly in terms of money: from a dollars-and-cents viewpoint.
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Origin of dollars-and-cents

An Americanism dating back to 1835–45
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