I have found on FL the English expression: “money is no object”, with OP’s following explanation:
“it means you will spend however much necessary to get what you want”.
If I said this phrase in my langage everyone would think I meant:
"Money is no object but mean”, where object = goal, purpose, scope, etc., and mean is the way to get/achieve the object.
I wonder whether the above expression "money is no object” may have this connotation in English like in my language and if not how could we say this in English.