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You can get the batteries for a few bucks at any drugstore.
More and more bucks are being spent to achieve exactly the same ends.
The buck stops with the players, not with the manager or anybody else.
He accused the lawyers of trying to pass the buck on the case.
Everyone's trying to think of ways to make a few bucks.
These companies are just out to make a fast buck.
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English version of definition of buck
the design of buildings or public spaces in a way which discourages people from touching, climbing or sitting on them …
to ask people to vote in order to decide an issue
a situation in which a country's armed forces are physically present in an area of conflict …
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American definition of buck from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.