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Cabbage

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Type: noun
Pronunciation: ˈka-bij
Definition(s):
- any of several brassicas () of European origin
- a leafy garden plant () with a short stem and a dense globular head of usually green leaves that is used as a vegetable
- any of several plants related to or resembling cabbage
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- pieces of cloth left in cutting out garments and traditionally kept by tailors as perquisites

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Merrian-Webster Thesauruses

Definition: something (as pieces of stamped metal or printed paper) customarily and legally used as a medium of exchange, a measure of value, or a means of payment
Example: he suddenly has a lot of cabbage for someone who's never done an honest day's work in his life
Synonyms: bread [slang], bucks, cabbage [slang], cash, change, chips, coin, currency, dough, gold, green, jack [slang], kale [slang], legal tender, lolly [British], long green [slang], loot, lucre, moola (or moolah) [slang], needful, pelf, scratch [slang], shekels (also sheqels or shekelim or shekalim or sheqalim), tender, wampum
Related: coinage, specie; dead presidents [slang], folding money, paper money, scrip; banknote, cashier's check, check, draft, money order, note, promissory note; bill, dollar, greenback; bankroll, capital, finances, funds, roll [slang], wad, wallet; chump change, dibs [slang], dime, mite, peanuts, pittance, shoestring; big bucks, bomb [British], boodle, bundle, earth, fortune, king's ransom, megabucks, mint, packet [chiefly British], pile, pot; abundance, means, opulence, riches, treasure, wealth; resources, wherewithal; mad money, petty cash, pin money, pocket money, spending money

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