What does that mean?

I heard someone say, "he gettin more bread at the new company"

Does it mean more food, more salary, vacation or something entirely different?

Does it really mean he's getting a lot of ...bread?



Bread is slang for money. Getting more bread means getting more money.


One of the numerous slang words for "money" is "bread". It's a shortened form of "bread and honey" Cockney rhyming slang (a way of speaking using rhyming words, developed in the East End of London) for "money". Here's the link, and to make clearer how it works, here are 15 more examples.

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