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- interj. A colourful variation of the phrase "loads of money", referring to the free flowing of money, to large amounts spent or earned, or to the perceived acquisitiveness and materialism engendered in society by a booming economy.
From loads of money. Originally the name of a vulgar character invented by British comedian Harry Enfield in the 1980s. His catchphrase was "loadsamoney!", often said while flourishing wads of banknotes. (Wiktionary)