Definition of mazuma in English:

mazuma

Line breaks: ma¦zuma
Pronunciation: /məˈzuːmə
 
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noun

[mass noun] informal , chiefly US
Money; cash: the society does its best on limited mazuma
More example sentences
  • The mazuma has changed hands now.
  • Across the line, it's all still pie and ice cream and mazuma.
  • He seems to be raking in the mazuma.

Origin

early 20th century: Yiddish, from Hebrew mĕzummān, from zimmēn 'prepare'.

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