1. He's short on cash. 2. He's broke. (= he has no money) 3. His bank account is overdrawn. 4. He's just scraping by. (= he is just barely surviving on little money) 5. He makes minimum wage. (= he earns the minimum salary) 6. He's pinching pennies. 7. He's scrimping and saving. 8. She's very wealthy. 9. She's quite well-off. 10. She's loaded. 11. She's filthy rich. 12. She inherited a fortune. 13. She's making a killing. 14. She's raking in the cash. 15. She's rolling in dough. #6 and #7 express the idea that the person is trying to conserve money, when they have very little money.
The health risks associated with nail polish are not undisputed. According to Paul Foster, Ph.D., a senior fellow at theNational Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (a division of the National Institutes of Health, under the U.S.Department of Health and Human Services), The amount of chemicals used in animal studies is probably a couple of hundred times higher than what youd be exposed to from using nail polish every week or so. So the chances of any individual phthalate producing such harm [in humans] is very slim