Definition of ready money in English:

ready money

Syllabification: read·y mon·ey
(also ready cash)

noun

  • Money in the form of cash that is immediately available.
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    • Its main selling point is that ready cash is lent at the much cheaper rates than apply to mortgages.
    • Another worry is that while retail investors often lack ready cash of their own, many lenders seem all too willing to bankroll them through both personal and margin loans.
    • In cash terms, however, maize production was a net drain on ready money: cash payments exceeded the value of sales by $132.

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