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Large amounts of money

wealth

noun

a large amount of money and other valuable things

fortune

noun

a very large amount of money

pile

noun

a large amount of money

windfall

noun

an amount of money that you get when you are not expecting it, especially a large amount

payout

noun

a large amount of money paid to someone, for example by an insurance company or as a prize in a competition

mint

noun

a large amount of money

big money

noun

a lot of money

a small fortune

a lot of money

a pot/crock of gold

a large amount of money that will make someone rich for ever

substantial

adjective

used about large amounts of money

dark pool

a method of financial trading in which share prices are hidden and not openly available to the public

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