roll in money/cash


1. have something in great abundance






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he/she is rolling in money

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The phrasal verb 'roll in' means to arrive in large amounts, this use is usually in reference to money. 'Roll in' can also mean to arrive somewhere late. This is an informal phrasal verb that you can use in social and professional contexts. 

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  1. Jane's family are quite well off, but they're hardly rolling in cash.
  2. Harry is one of the most marketable and popular athletes in the world, so it doesn't surprise me to hear that he's rolling in endorsements.

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  1. I heard you got that big promotion at the bank. Congratulations, you must be rolling in it now!
  2. That company have been rolling in money ever since they signed that lucrative trade deal in China.

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