new money

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new money ‎(uncountable)

  1. Persons or families that have recently become wealthy.
  2. (Britain) The decimal monetary system used in the United Kingdom since 1971.
  3. (humorous) The metric system of measurement, as opposed to the imperial system.
    This recipe says add eight ounces of flour; what's that in new money?

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