Money synonyms

mŭn'ē
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(Canada) Cash register.
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Coined money; coin.
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A medium of exchange
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The definition of a check is a sudden stop or a person or thing that restrains or controls.
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(Countable) A bright yellow colour, resembling the metal gold.
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Merged interests
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(Bible) Riches, avarice, and worldly gain personified as a false god in the New Testament.
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The state of having much money or property; affluence
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A roll of banknotes or other paper currency, carried in lieu of a wallet.
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(Slang) Money.
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Items of value; esp., gifts received
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(Informal) money, cash
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Any substance or article used as money, as bank notes, checks, etc.
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Plural form of bill
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A small piece of metal, usually flat and circular, authorized by a government for use as money.
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(Law) Any form of currency that by law cannot be refused as payment to extinguish a debt equal to the amount offered.
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A winning streak of continuing luck, especially at gambling (especially in the phrase on a roll).
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Plural form of coin
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A capital letter.
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Plural form of vested interest
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Plural form of chip
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(Law) money or property bequeathed to someone in a will
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(UK, slang, dated, c. 1850 – c. 1940) Money.
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An act of scratching the skin to alleviate an itch or irritation.
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Plural form of note
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(Slang, vulgar, plural only) testes
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Paper money.
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Means of support; livelihood:
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(Informal) Money
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An edible plant, Lactuca sativa and its close relatives, having a head of green and/or purple leaves.
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Plural form of resource
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The definition of a stipend is a sum of money paid at regular intervals.
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That with which something can be done; necessary means, esp. money
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(Judaism) Chocolate candy in the shape of coins, usually wrapped in metallic foil, usually eaten on Hanukkah and often used for games of dreidel.
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A salt of silver as used in photography, etc.
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Transmission from person to person as a medium of exchange; circulation:
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(Uncountable) A thick sauce made from the fat or juices that come out from meat or vegetables as they are being cooked.
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The definition of a wampum is a string or quantity of beads made from shells that were used by native North American Indians as money or that are worn as a decorative belt.
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Plural form of shekel
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Money or profits.
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An attribute or abstract quality associated with an individual, object or concept.
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Plural form of financier
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Plural form of capitalist
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Merged interests
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Delivery of funds in settlement of a claim or debt; fulfillment of a monetary obligation.
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Fixed compensation for services, paid to a person on a regular basis.
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Plural form of wage
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Any transaction with a bank involving one's checking account, savings account, etc.
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The variety of this activity in which a person is engaged:
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A person considered with regard to his or her credit or reliability in discharging debts.
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Sponsored by an advertiser or paid for by advertising:
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Of, relating to, or involving finance, finances, or financiers.
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The definition of mercantile is something related to merchants or trade.
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Motivated solely by a desire for monetary or material gain.
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Of or pertaining to numismatics.
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(Obsolete) Of or pertaining to coins or money.
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The definition of pecuniary is something related to money.
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Relating to expense; regulating expense or expenditure.
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Of a position, privilege etc.: available for purchase rather than assigned on merit.
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(Heraldry) The representation of the metal silver: indicated in engravings by a plain white field
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(Finance) Any property or object of value that one possesses, usually considered as applicable to the payment of one's debts.
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A person's inheritance; an amount of property given by will.
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A writing binding the signer or signers to pay a certain sum at a future day or on demand, with or without interest, as may be stated in the document. A bill of exchange. In the United States, it is usually called a note, a note of hand, or a promissory note.
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Blunt is defined as a slang word for a marijuana cigarette wrapped in a hollowed out cigar.
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A sum of money that is paid by a corporation in excess of interest or royalties charged for the granting of a privilege or a loan to that corporation.
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Stolen goods; swag.
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A valuable prize, award, or gain.
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(Music) The section of a band or an orchestra composed of brass instruments.
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A monetary unit of various other countries, equal to1100 of the basic unit
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The act, process, or result of altering or modifying:
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(Onomatopoeia) The sound of metal on metal, or glass on glass.
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(Uncountable) Coins taken collectively; currency.
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(Person) The oldest of Ham's sons
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(UK, archaic) A lead counter used in the game of chuck-farthing.
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Plural form of finance
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(Countable, finance) A security issued by the Bank of England (see gilt-edged)
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The definition of gratuity is a sum of money given to someone who provides service or a favor as a way to show graciousness or thankfulness.
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Plural form of greenback
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The first money taken in by a new business or on any day of business
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The money or other gain received, esp. in a given period, by an individual, corporation, etc. for labor or services or from property, investments, operations, etc.
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(Person, proper, nickname) John
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A firefighter.
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A hardy vegetable (Brassica oleracea var. acephala) of the crucifer family, with loose, spreading, curled leaves that do not form a head
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(Historical) A unit of currency formerly used in France, divided into 20 sols or sous.
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Paper money.
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(US, slang) Cash, money.
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(Plural mediums) A person whom garments or apparel of intermediate size fit.
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The myna bird.
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Archaic form of mullah.
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(Software) Acronym of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server.
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Wealth or riches, especially when dishonestly acquired.
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The money or profit derived from a sale, business venture, etc.
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The ratio of this to the amount of capital invested
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An available amount of money or resources:
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A deduction from an amount to be paid or a return of part of an amount given in payment.
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(Business, management, accounting) The act of compensating someone for an expense.
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The definition of revenue is income.
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(Short for) rhinoceros
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Abundant wealth:
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An early English silver penny: a pound weight of these pennies was later standardized as a money of account
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Alternative capitalization of SWAG; a wild guess or ballpark estimate.
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(Law) A formal offer to buy or sell something.
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A malleable, silvery metallic element that occurs in igneous rocks. It has a crystalline structure and crackles when bent. Tin is used as an anticorrosion agent and is a part of numerous alloys, including bronze. Atomic number 50; atomic weight 118.71; melting point 231.89°C; boiling point 2,270°C; specific gravity 7.31; valence 2, 4.
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A considerable amount of money.
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The definition of a windfall is something blown by wind, or unexpected good fortune.
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An edible plant (Brassica oleracea var. capitata) having a head of green leaves.
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Green growth or foliage, especially:
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The monetary resources of a government, organization, or individual.
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The management of money, banking, investments, and credit.
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An organization that administers such a fund
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The leaves of this plant
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(Idiomatic, singular only) (United States English, pejorative) The dollar, satirically characterized as a being a god
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Plural form of buck
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Plural form of ducat
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Plural form of peso
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A medium of exchange
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Plural form of fund
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Merged interests
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Of or having to do with the coinage or currency of a country
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Something (usually money) given in exchange for influence or as an inducement to dishonesty.
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(Vulgar, slang) Testicles.
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