have money in one's hands, have money to spare
Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
I would say to those who have money to spare buy Indian art with courage.
You may suppose from my dress that I have money to spare.
If you have money to spare, use it to support innovators.
"Were my legs once more nimble I would have money to spare'."
But I'm thinking of buying another now that I've money to spare.
'If you have money to spare, it makes sense to pay these off first because they cost much more than you'd earn from savings.
Its actuarial assumption, however, is 8.5 percent - which means it should have money to spare.
If the West European powers have money to spare, there are better ways to spend it.
And Graham always seemed to have money to spare."
The Great Depression made a challenging situation even more difficult, because few people had money to spare for a day at the amusement park.
If they had money to spare, they wouldn't be doing what they do."
I think they should buy other things if they have money to spare") and generally keeping people in a lowly place.
- He said he could fund a council tax freeze because efficiency savings meant the government had money to spare.
Almost every Scottish landowner who had money to spare is said to have invested in the Darien scheme.
After negotiators discovered this week that they had money to spare, $5 billion over 10 years, they made the drug benefit slightly more generous on Thursday.
When the outline is complete, the shading and colouring is done in weekly visits, whenever the client has money to spare.
However, early in the marriage, Bacon had money to spare, "pouring jewels in her lap", and spending large sums on decorations.
If the Bajorans have a little money to spare for a bit of food now and again, they'll have money to spare for guns and ammo, no question.
If they have money to spare there are loads of other attractions they could spend their money on (e.g. Amur Leopard - with only 30 individuals estimated in the wild!)
As an instance, I told her that she could have a country cottage in Devonshire and a little car, and a daily maid, and still have money to spare for a moderate amount of foreign travel.
Two of these columns are directly related to money: % giving money (% having money to spare), % who volunteered (% who had time, thus also money to spare), and you can't refer money without GDP context.
Does he agree that if governments have money to spare they should not use it as a tax break for the alcohol and tobacco industries, especially a ludicrous tax break which is only available to frequent international travellers, such as myself, who benefit disproportionately?
It is a town of the 19th century, of prosperous manufacturers, merchants and civil servants who prized grace and solidity in their homes and had money to spare to endow their public buildings and churches with the same qualities.
This is in part because Mr. Bush's proposals center on familiar Republican trickle-down theories, like enticing businesses to inner cities instead of giving money to residents, and in part because Mr. Bush does not have money to spare.
Some say it's a natural function of greedy record labels holding back their hottest product until the holiday season approaches--at which time, the theory goes, potential customers will a) have money to spare and b) actually be able to locate a record store somewhere!