- Small sums of money.
American business jargon. 2014.
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Chickenfeed — If something is small or unimportant, especially money, it is chickenfeed … Dictionary of English idioms
chickenfeed — chicken feed n. Slang A trifling amount of money. * * * … Universalium
Chickenfeed — meagre or insignificant sum of money … Dictionary of Australian slang
chickenfeed — Australian Slang meagre or insignificant sum of money … English dialects glossary
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