in pocket
phrasal 1. provided with funds 2. in the position of having made a profit

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • in pocket — adverb 1. : provided with funds 2. : in the position of having made a profit probably find himself in pocket in a good year F.D.Smith & Barbara Wilcox * * * having enough money or money to spare; having gained in a transaction ■ (of money) gained …   Useful english dictionary

  • in pocket — in (someone s) pocket under someone s control and influence. Industry leaders made the mistake of assuming they had the chairman in their pocket …   New idioms dictionary

  • in pocket — ► in (or out of) pocket having gained (or lost) money in a transaction. Main Entry: ↑pocket …   English terms dictionary

  • in pocket —  In possession of a profit …   A concise dictionary of English slang

  • Brass in Pocket — Infobox Single Name = Brass in Pocket Artist = The Pretenders from Album = Pretenders B side = Released = November 1979 Format = 7 vinyl Recorded = 1979 Genre = Rock Length = 3:09 Label = Sire Records Writer = Chrissie Hynde, James Honeyman Scott …   Wikipedia

  • Gravel In Pocket — Information appliance title=Gravel In Pocket manufacturer= Commodore type= Portable Multimedia Player connectivity=Wi Fi, Mini USB 2.0 The Gravel In Pocket is a small sized portable media player with Wi Fi. The device is a part of the Gravel… …   Wikipedia

  • be in pocket — british phrase to have made money as a result of something He ended the poker evening two hundred pounds in pocket. Thesaurus: to earn or to get moneysynonym Main entry: pocket …   Useful english dictionary

  • out of (or in) pocket — having lost (or gained) money in a transaction. → pocket …   English new terms dictionary

  • brass\ in\ pocket — To have plenty of money. To be wealthy. He s got enough brass in pocket to buy a fleet of Ferraris …   Dictionary of american slang

  • brass\ in\ pocket — To have plenty of money. To be wealthy. He s got enough brass in pocket to buy a fleet of Ferraris …   Dictionary of american slang

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