- n. Plural form of Benjamin.
“· Search for the possible connections, "Benjamins" (addition of three letters at the beginning of a previous word), or for all the words that can be composed with the letters of the rack.”
“(Hundred dollar bills aren't called "Benjamins" in Canada - but that's an unnecessary aside.)”
“Trish Kilcullen By Vivek Wallace - In an era of the sport driven by bright lights and 'Benjamins', it comes as no surprise that the latest effort to revitalize a stable, yet often troubled sport arrives in a very fashionable form.”
“It looks like it's also about the "Benjamins," or whatever the Aussie equivalent of the Benjamins is (I suppose we could look it up).”
“I have a room full of electronics that I'm going to take a look at and let you know which ones are worth the Benjamins and which ones are not.”
“Gruenbaum, et al., The Structure and Development of Self-Consciousness: Interdisciplinary Perspectives Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2004, 38–39; also: M.”
“You think slipping me a few Benjamins will get you a passing grade?”
“If charter proponents insist -- and often they do -- that everything is about the Benjamins, the prime concern should be whether taxpayers are, in fact, getting what they thought they were buying.”
“Harbin: Well you pegged it -- it's all about the Benjamins.”
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