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Today's Idiom = "Expense Is No Object"
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Expense Is No Object ( do not worry about the cost; I can pay a lot of money for it ... )

"Expense Is No Object"

Expense is no object when you are willing to pay whatever amount of money is needed.

Example: "This year I want the company party to be fantastic. Expense is no object."

Not having enough money is never the case when "expense is no object."

Example: "For my daughter's wedding, expense is no object."

Example: "Choose whichever one you want. Expense is no object."

An "object" is a thing that can get in your way and stop you, so the cost of some item ("expense") will not stop you ("is no object") when "expense is no object."

Example: "The company wants this project to succeed. Expense is no object."

Example: "I want my daughter's teeth fixed perfectly. Expense is no object."

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