Money talks

Definition

Money talks is an idiom that means money has a lot of influence or power.

Examples

My parents always said that money talks, so I should save up if I want to buy something expensive.

The CEO was able to get what he wanted because money talks.

Money talks and everyone listens.

She was able to get a better deal because money talks.

Money talks in this world.

Origin

The exact origin of this idiom is unknown, but it is believed to have originated in the United States in the early 1900s.

FAQs

Q1

What does the idiom ‘Money talks’ mean?

A1

The idiom ‘Money talks’ means that money has a lot of influence or power.