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|Term||Part of Speech||Definition|
|on sale||adjective||currently at a reduced price|
|rich||adjective||to have a large amount of something; usually referring to money|
|borrow||verb||to take and use (something that belongs to someone else) for a period of time before returning it|
|cash||noun||money in the form of coins and bills|
|cent||noun||a unit of money that is equal to ¹/₁₀₀ of the basic unit of money in many countries|
|change||noun||the money returned when a payment is more than the amount needed|
|check / cheque||noun||a piece of paper that is used to make a payment to someone using the money in a bank account|
|euro||noun||a monetary unit used by countries of the European Union since 1999|
|pound||noun||a monetary unit used in the United Kingdom and some other countries|
|rent||verb||to pay money in return for being able to use something that belongs to someone else|
|wallet||noun||a small folding case that holds paper money, credit cards, etc.|
|cost||noun||the price of something : the amount of money that is needed to pay for or buy something|