a run for your money

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  • run for your money — See a run for your money …   English idioms

  • a run for your money — see ↑run, 2 • • • Main Entry: ↑money a run for your money ◇ Someone who gives you a (good) run for your money in a game or contest makes it difficult for you to win by trying hard and playing or performing well. Though they lost, they gave last… …   Useful english dictionary

  • A Run for Your Money — Infobox Film name = A Run for Your Money image size = caption = director = Charles Frend producer = Michael Balcon Leslie Norman writer = Clifford Evans (story) Richard Hughes Leslie Norman Charles Frend Diana Morgan (add. dialogue) narrator =… …   Wikipedia

  • a run for your money — strong competition, an opponent    I should enter the election and give him a run for his money …   English idioms

  • A Run for Your Money —    Voir De la coupe aux lèvres …   Dictionnaire mondial des Films

  • have a (good) run for your money — phrase to have a long period of time when you are successful or happy I’ve had a good run for my money, but it’s time to retire. Thesaurus: in a good, better or pleasant situationsynonym Main entry: run …   Useful english dictionary

  • give (you) a run for (your) money — to be as good at something as someone who is known to be extremely good. He was a very good actor and could have given any professional a run for his money …   New idioms dictionary

  • have a good run for your money — have a good run for (your) money to have a long period of success or enjoyment. I ve achieved a lot in my life and I feel I ve had a good run for my money …   New idioms dictionary

  • give you a run for your money — compete with you, try to defeat you    I m not the best skier, but I ll give you a run for your money …   English idioms

  • Midnight Run for Your Life — Written by Characters: George Gallo Screenplay: Shaun Cassidy Directed by Daniel Sackheim Starring Christopher McDonald Melora Walters Lang …   Wikipedia

  • run for one's money — noun a) A difficult challenge for the person indicated, especially one involving a competitive situation. If your competitor regards you as a menace to his pocketbook, he can give you a nice little run for your money and delay you indefinitely.… …   Wiktionary

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