something set up that is guaranteed to bring in loads of money
sales tax, speed traps, parking meters...etc.
od uživatele kingman 15. Květen 2004
something whose sole purpose is to bring in money, and usually loads of it.
the speed traps set up by the cops are just another cash cow to fill city hall's coffers.
od uživatele bungalow bill 08. Květen 2004
A product or item that is endlessly upgraded or improved and which users don't mind having to pay full price for the latest examples. A frequent occurance within video games.
EA Games have two cashcows - "The Sims" and the "FIFA" series of games. Neither of which I'd play if you paid me.
od uživatele Mr Ben 08. Únor 2005
(n.) A well-selling product into which no investment is put asides meagre marketing and production costs, yet price rises rise disproportionatley to costs, and well above inflation, milking the cow for all it's worth.
Oil prices are the biggest of all cash cows.
od uživatele Kung-Fu Jesus 12. Květen 2004
bitch who's just after a blokes money
Damn, that bitch was a cashcow! she like spent all my cash, and then I saw her at a nightclub with one of my mates!
od uživatele Gherkin-505 17. Březen 2004
Dancing with (sometimes going home with) a large woman to get her to buy you drinks all night.
Is that Charlie out there on the floor with a "cash-cow"?

or

Yeah, that cash-cow is big, but I'm hammered and only paid the cover charge.
od uživatele parisj13 31. Březen 2006
cash cow a rich and often homely woman who is tolerated for her ability to keep her man ensconced in her world of luxury.
Biff won't break up with Marge until he finds another old hag worth a hundred million; as far as cash cows go, he hit paydirt.
od uživatele Biffy Law 30. Srpen 2006

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