One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Take action to support one's statements or opinions.
- ‘That's what I call putting your money where your mouth is.’
- ‘He called on the director to put his money where his mouth is and support young actors.’
- ‘You have to take these issues seriously and that means putting your money where your mouth is.’
- ‘Thank you so much for putting your money where your mouth is and supporting us, even while we're in beta.’
- ‘I urge people to support him, since I'm about to put my money where my mouth is and pop him $5.’
- ‘Richard is putting his money where his mouth is by signing up as the first mentor, and he hopes to line up at least 20 more people countywide over the coming months.’
- ‘I also invested in the business, because I believe in putting my money where my mouth is.’
- ‘Our 60m landing charge discount plan, which will probably be worth substantially more through time, shows we are putting our money where our mouth is.’
- ‘I respect him for putting his money where his mouth is, but now he's dealing with the consequences.’
- ‘‘I think we're really putting our money where our mouth is on this one,’ he said.’
Top tips for CV writingRead more
In this article we explore how to impress employers with a spot-on CV.