The British Idiom – Money is burning a hole in your pocket
Definition of Money is burning a hole in your pocket
If you have some money and you’re tempted to spend it, we say that the money is burning a hole in your pocket.
Examples of Usage of Money is burning a hole in your pocket
My birthday money’s has been burning a hole in my pocket so when I saw this I bought it. I don’t know what’s wrong with me. As soon as I get any money it starts buring a hold in my pocket and I feel the need to spend it all.
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