Question Hi, everyone Could you help me with a couple of questions? 1) In a tv show, I heard someone say a man (who had been killed) was in money, and then the same person said it was in finance. What do in money and in finance mean? 2) Do you say "the march in or on Washingnton? 3) What does "now get" mean? Can it mean "leave? I found it here ( a man talking to a kid): Kid: You should go for a walk. Man: Not much for the long walks in the park. Now get. Thank you a lot!
Feb 14, 2017 1:45 AM
Answers · 1
1. "Money" or "finance" usually refer to work in the banking industry. 2. You may say both "march on Washington" or "march in Washington." 3. "Now, get!" is like saying "Go away!" It's even less polite than saying "Leave!"
February 14, 2017
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