- 1A roll of banknotes.More example sentences
- After showing them his gun, he throws them a large bankroll of cash and invites them to come work for him.
- When they pulled their bankroll out of their pocket to pay, the only variation he saw in the bills was how clean or dirty they were.
- He had carefully stashed away his days of retirement, just as he stacked bankrolls of the British sterling all day, in separate wads of months and years.
- 1.1Financial resources: his bankroll allowed him to run campaigns all over the USMore example sentences
- First, players frequently get panicky when they're betting more per than their bankroll really allows.
- In a tournament, bets like this deplete a limited bankroll.
- But his win did more than add a seven figure sum to his bankroll.
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- Support (a person, organization, or project) financially: the project is bankrolled by wealthy expatriatesMore example sentences
- The signing of the memorandum is the final step in bankrolling the project, Velchev said.
- The party's national organisation, which bankrolled the campaign, could also face financial crisis.
- But while all other presidential contenders have disclosed their lists, the senator has refused to disclose who is bankrolling his campaign.