Betekenis van:

Zelfstandig naamwoord
    • an insignificant sum of money; a trifling amount
    "her salary is peanuts compared to his"



    1. I can't eat peanuts.
    2. Tom is allergic to peanuts.
    3. Who's been eating my peanuts?
    4. We planted peanuts instead of cotton.
    5. I like almonds, but not peanuts.
    6. Working for peanuts is all very well.
    7. Tom can eat just about anything but peanuts.
    8. Beans and peanuts are pulses; many wildflowers, forbs.
    9. Tom couldn't eat peanuts when he was a child.
    10. You can't let Tom eat anything that has peanuts in it.
    11. Coffee beans are not beans, but seeds, and peanuts are not nuts, but beans.
    12. The boy gathered a handful of peanuts and put them in a small box.
    13. If farmers don't make a decent living growing peanuts, they will try growing other crops.
    14. Tom managed to cut himself while trying to open a bag of peanuts with his pocketknife.
    15. In reality, translation is akin to working for peanuts, since the corresponding meaning of something in one language is often hidden in some deep and impenetrable recesses of the other. As a result, the translator is forced to search all over... Never mind that the picky reader is very difficult to fool.