chickenfeed

chickenfeed
'chick·en·feed n
no pl
1) (fodder) Hühnerfutter nt
2) (of money) nur ein paar Groschen (fam), Peanuts pl (iron) (sl)
he gets paid \chickenfeed for the work he does er bekommt für seine Arbeit nur einen Hungerlohn (pej)

English-German students dictionary . 2013.

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