One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Derive reward or enjoyment in return for one's outlay or efforts.‘investors have also had a good run for their money’
- ‘Investors have also had a good run for their money: the shares were floated on the Stock Market in 1987 at an equivalent of 45p and yesterday managed to level out at 260p.’
- ‘Companies involved in learning and education performed well and telecommunications also had a good run for its money.’
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