bang for the buck

bang for the buck
also bang for one's buck phrasal value received from outlay or effort <
investment is yielding less bang for the buckFortune
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  • bang for the buck — bang for the/your buck ► INFORMAL if you get more bang for your buck, you get more or better results for the amount of money or effort you spend: »Charities try to get a better and bigger bang for the buck by keeping their expenses down. »It may… …   Financial and business terms

  • bang for the buck —  The most impact or results for one’s money.  ► “Brown tries to get a lot of bang for the buck by not paying too much more than the market for a stock while finding companies with dramatically superior earnings growth and return on equity.“… …   American business jargon

  • bang for the buck — phrasal : value received from outlay or effort investment is yielding less bang for the buck Fortune * * * bang for the buck (also bang for your buck) US informal used to describe how much value is received when money is spent This restaurant… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bang for the Buck — Infobox Album | Name = Bang for the Buck Type = Studio album Artist = Ugly Duckling Released = 20 March 2006 Genre = Old school hip hop Label = All City/ Fat Beats Records Reviews = * Allmusic Rating|4|5 [http://allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg… …   Wikipedia

  • bang for the buck — value in exchange for money or effort. This is a great little red wine that gives you plenty of bang for the buck. Usage notes: often used with more, bigger, and other adjectives: For most users, these new computers provide more bang for the buck …   New idioms dictionary

  • bang for the buck — n. value for the money spent; excitement for the money spent; the cost to benefit ratio. □ I didn’t get anywhere near the bang for the buck I expected. □ How much bang for the buck did you really think you would get from a twelve year old car at… …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • bang for the buck — noun Efficiency; cost effectiveness; value. Do you think he would get as much bang for the buck out of a fancier, more expensive car? …   Wiktionary

  • bang for the buck — idi return for one s investment …   From formal English to slang

  • bang for the buck — idiom. value or return for money used …   English slang

  • bang for your buck — bang for the/your buck ► INFORMAL if you get more bang for your buck, you get more or better results for the amount of money or effort you spend: »Charities try to get a better and bigger bang for the buck by keeping their expenses down. »It may… …   Financial and business terms

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