big bucks

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Synonyms for big bucks

a large sum of money (especially as pay or profit)

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There are many big bucks taken on public land each year, and some great hunters have made a habit of doing so.
Byline: Jon Lees on the return of Big Buck's which heads a fantastic day's racing
Big Buck's wins at Cheltenham as regularly as bookies.
Challenged by MPs over her comments, Dame Helen agreed that pounds 10,000 was "big bucks" for some people, but added: "I was drawing an analogy with the private sector."
Our "Big Buck Profile" focuses on the striking Bob Decker non-typical from Wisconsin.
Coral's David Stevens said: "Paul Nicholls looks set to dominate the season's big chases once again, with Big Bucks likely to be a warm order if, as looks likely, he bids to emulate stablemate Denman's Hennessy win."
Is the reason Michael gives in "Big Bucks" for not marrying the young woman he left behind in Ireland the real reason?
"The ATV line is big bucks, but specialty is where the money is," says Macoritto.
That's when he gets the big bucks. Maybe even a Grammy or an Oscar.
The vast majority of big bucks I kill during the rut on my property haven't been captured on camera.
Big Bucks to remain unbeaten in the 2011-12 season William Hill: 7-4 (from 5-2)
The Primos crew is enthusiastic about their deer hunting as they pursue big bucks across North America.
DON'T oppose Big Bucks in his bid for a fourth Ladbrokes World Hurdle.
It was big bucks all right; for a reported EUR400,000 Big Buck's had a new owner.