Complete Definition of "small change"

English

Noun
small change

  1. idiom A minor or insignificant amount of money.

#:The cost of toothpaste is small change compared to the cost of dental work.

Usage notes
Often used in the negative, to indicate a great deal of money:
:The car he wants costs $38,000, and that's no small change.

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Translations
trans-top|A minor or insignificant amount of money
German: Kleingeld n
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Russian: мелоÑÑ
Spanish: cambio m, calderilla f italbrac|Spain|specifically coins, chatarra f italbrac|Spain|specifically coins, feria f italbrac|Northern Mexico, menudo m italbrac|Caribbean Islands|Colombian Atlantic Coast|Costa Rica|Southeastern Mexico, morralla f italbrac|Mexico|specifically coins, sencillo m italbrac|Bolivia|Chile|Colombia|Northwestern Argentina|Panama|Peru|Southern and Southeastern Mexico|Venezuela, suelto m italbrac|Ecuador|Spain|regional usage in Mexico - in full : dinero suelto, vuelto m italbrac|Southeastern Mexico
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