Definition of chunk of change
- He spent a big/hefty chunk of change on that car.
: a short thick piece or lump (as of wood or coal)
: a large noteworthy quantity or part
: a strong thickset horse usually smaller than a draft horse
: to make a dull plunging or explosive sound
: to mishit (a golf ball or shot) by striking the ground behind the ball
: to organize (separate units of information) into a single large unit that is retained in the memory and easily recalled
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