Definitions

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  • adjective US, idiomatic, slang Of or pertaining to something of little monetary value.
  • noun See chump change.

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Examples

  • Goldman Sachs 'chump-change SEC settlement and the removal of uncertainty make the bank a buy.

    Get Briefed: Richard Bove

  • You can begin whether you have chump-change or big money.

    Nelson Davis: Now Is the Time

  • You can begin whether you have chump-change or big money.

    Nelson Davis: Now Is the Time

  • Goldman Sachs 'chump-change SEC settlement and the removal of uncertainty make the bank a buy.

    Get Briefed: Richard Bove

  • You can begin whether you have chump-change or big money.

    Nelson Davis: Now Is the Time

  • This way, harried food service directors, who already are considered magicians for trying to pull nutritious school lunches out of their worn-out hats on budgetary chump-change, can actually serve fresh, nutritious, and locally grown, organic meals.

    Annie Spiegelman: Glean, Baby, Glean!

  • This way, harried food service directors, who already are considered magicians for trying to pull nutritious school lunches out of their worn-out hats on budgetary chump-change, can actually serve fresh, nutritious, and locally grown, organic meals.

    Annie Spiegelman: Glean, Baby, Glean!

  •      Purely local travail seems a bit of a chump-change concern.

    Dry Rot

  • This way, harried food service directors, who already are considered magicians for trying to pull nutritious school lunches out of their worn-out hats on budgetary chump-change, can actually serve fresh, nutritious, and locally grown, organic meals.

    Annie Spiegelman: Glean, Baby, Glean!

  • As a chump-change economy-of-scale example, I bought a pristine little Beretta BL-4 20 gauge several years from a local shop.

    Why Big-Dollar Guns Are Worth The Money

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