having lots of money
The boy comes from a rather well-to-do family.
wet behind the ears
wet one`s whistle
What are you driving at?
What can I say?
What have you been up to?
what it takes
what makes (someone) tick
What one doesn't know won't hurt one.
when the going gets tough (the tough get going)
recognize (someone or something) for what it/he/she is
nothing to sneeze at
stick to one`s guns
for a song
put two and two together
chalk up (something) or chalk (something) up
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