Appendix:Australian English terms pertaining to money and wealth

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  • big bickies - a large sum of money, expensive, well-remunerated
  • exy - expensive
  • he hasn't got a brass razoo - he's very poor
  • moolah - money
  • zack - sixpence (5 cents)
  • monkey - $500
  • gorilla - $1,000

The following nicknames for Australian banknotes derive from their colour.

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