Money makes the mare go posted by Smokey Stover on May 24, at What is the meaning of this phrase "money makes the mare go" and in which condition we can use it? Will you lend me your mare to ride a mile? I'll give you good money for lending your mare.
Money makes the mare go - phrase meaning and origin
Money will make the mare to go. Wilt thou lend me ktm publicly traded stock money makes the mare go meaning in urdu to ride but a mile? No, she's lame goinge over a stile.
So the phrase means that if you are prepared to pay enough, most people will be willing to do something that at first they said they wouldn't or couldn't do. Tom Pierce, Tom Pierce, lend me your grey mare.
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