[2010s] (US black) $1,000.
SE, meaning a flat strip, in slang uses
[late 19C–1920s] a wide belt, a corset.
[1960s+] (drugs) barbiturates.
[1950s+] (US prison) a trusty, i.e. a prisoner given special privileges.
SE, meaning a musical group, in slang uses
[1960s] (Aus./US) a woman who associates herself with rock or jazz bands, offering her body for a share in their celebrity.
[1940s–60s] a woman who associates herself with musicians, usu. offering sex in return for proxy celebrity.
[20C+] (Ulster) drunk.
[late 19C+] (orig. US) to surpass comprehensively; esp. in excl. that beats the band! that’s beyond rival/compare!
[late 19C] (US) pork and beans; thus brass band without a leader, beans without the pork.
[1980s+] a band that is mocked for being more interested in style than music.
[late 19C+] a phr. describing the point at which the problems really began, when things became serious.
[late 19C+] (US) to the utmost, very much.