bang for one's buck
phrasal see bang for the buck

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • bang for one's buck — noun see bang IX * * * bang for one s buck (informal, chiefly N American) Value for money • • • Main Entry: ↑buck * * * bang for one s (or the) buck informal value for money; performance for cost …   Useful english dictionary

  • bang for one's (or the) buck N. Amer. — bang for one s (or the) buck N. Amer. informal value for money. → bang …   English new terms dictionary

  • bang for the buck — also bang for one s buck phrasal value received from outlay or effort < investment is yielding less bang for the buck Fortune > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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

  • bang — I. /bæŋ / (say bang) noun 1. a loud, sudden explosive noise, as the discharge of a gun. 2. a resounding stroke or blow. 3. a knock; a bump. 4. Colloquial (taboo) an instance of sexual intercourse. 5. Colloquial (taboo) a sexual partner (in… …   Australian English dictionary

  • bang — bang1 noun 1》 a sudden loud, sharp noise.     ↘a sudden painful blow. 2》 (bangs) N. Amer. a fringe of hair cut straight across the forehead. 3》 Computing, chiefly N. Amer. the character ‘!’. verb 1》 strike or put down forcefully and noisily.… …   English new terms dictionary

  • One Week (song) — One Week Single by Barenaked Ladies from the album Stunt Released September 22, 1998 ( …   Wikipedia

  • Buck — 1. An informal reference to one dollar. 2. An informal term for one hundred dollars. 3. Trader s slang for a million dollars. Wall Street jargon sometimes differs from everyday usage. 4. An informal term for money. The term buck may trace its… …   Investment dictionary

  • bang — bang1 [ bæŋ ] verb * 1. ) intransitive or transitive to hit something hard, making a loud noise: I banged on the window to get her attention. We could hear them banging their drums in the next street. bang something on/against something: She… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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