kerching

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Imitative of a sound made by an old-fashioned cash register when an amount is rung up.

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kerching

  1. (onomatopoeia, informal, humorous) Said to indicate that someone is obtaining money, especially a comparatively large amount.
    2010 - I asked a smiling lawyer what she thought of this policy. She replied, 'I have one word to say on the prospect of taking MPs to court: "Kerching!"' - Mark Thomas, The People's Manifesto

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