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fund US English

A sum of money saved or made available for a particular purpose

road fund US English

A fund for the construction and maintenance of roads and bridges

chit fund US English

(In South Asia) an institution which accepts savings at interest and lends money for house and other purchases

social fund US English

(In the UK) a social security fund from which loans or grants are made to people in need

slush fund US English

A reserve of money used for illicit purposes, especially political bribery

trust fund US English

A fund consisting of assets belonging to a trust, held by the trustees for the beneficiaries

growth fund US English

A mutual fund that invests primarily in stocks that are expected to increase in capital value rather than yield high income

hedge fund US English

A limited partnership of investors that uses high risk methods, such as investing with borrowed money, in hopes of realizing large capital gains

mutual fund US English

An investment program funded by shareholders that trades in diversified holdings and is professionally managed

pension fund US English

A fund from which pensions are paid, accumulated from contributions from employers, employees, or both

fighting fund US English

Money raised to finance a campaign, especially one supporting a political or social cause

tracker fund US English

A mutual fund whose holdings mirror the composition of a stock market index or group of indexes

sinking fund US English

A fund formed by periodically setting aside money for the gradual repayment of a debt or replacement of a wasting asset

umbrella fund US English

An offshore investment fund which invests only in other investment funds

vulture fund US English

A fund that invests in companies or properties that are performing poorly and may therefore be undervalued

fund manager US English

An employee or department of a large institution (such as a bank, pension fund, or insurance company) that manages the investment of money on its own behalf or on that of an outside client

managed fund US English

An investment fund run on behalf of an investor by an agent (typically an insurance company)

provident fund US English

(Especially in South East Asia) an investment fund contributed to by employees, employers, and (sometimes) the state, out of which a lump sum is provided to each employee on retirement

revolving fund US English

A fund that is continually replenished as withdrawals are made

guarantee fund US English

A sum of money pledged as a contingent indemnity for loss

Consolidated Fund US English

The account held by the Exchequer of the British government at the Bank of England into which public monies (such as tax receipts) are paid and from which major payments are made, other than those dependent on periodic parliamentary approval

contingency fund US English

A reserve of money set aside to cover possible unforeseen future expenses

counterpart fund US English

A sum of money accrued in a local currency arising from goods or services received from abroad

road fund licence US English

A disc displayed on a vehicle certifying payment of road tax

trust fund baby US English

A person, typically a young adult, who is independently wealthy and does not need to work to earn a living

sovereign wealth fund US English

A government-owned investment fund

Save the Children Fund US English

(In the UK) a charity founded in 1919 operating internationally to aid children. Princess Anne has been its president since 1971

International Monetary Fund US English

An international organization established in 1945 that aims to promote international trade and monetary cooperation and the stabilization of exchange rates. Member countries contribute in gold and in their own currencies to provide a reserve on which they may draw to meet foreign obligations during periods of deficit in their international balance of payments. Payments are usually made on the basis of the country’s acceptance of stipulated measures for economic correction, which often entail cuts in public expenditure and an increased cost of living, and have frequently caused controversy. It is affiliated with the United Nations, with headquarters in Washington, DC

World Wide Fund for Nature US English

An international organization established (as the World Wildlife Fund) in 1961 to raise funds for projects including the conservation of endangered species or of valuable habitats. Its headquarters are in Gland, Switzerland

defund US English

Prevent from continuing to receive funds

International Fund for Agricultural Development US English

An agency of the United Nations whose purpose is to mobilize additional funds for agricultural and rural development in developing countries through programs that directly benefit the poorest rural populations. It began operations in 1977

fundholding US English

(In the UK) a former system of state funding for general practitioners, in which a GP was allocated a budget with which they could buy a limited range of hospital services

fundraiser US English

A person whose job or task is to seek financial support for a charity, institution, or other enterprise

underfund US English

Provide with insufficient funding

tokkin US English

(In Japan) a type of short-term corporate investment fund managed by a trust bank, providing a reduction of tax liability and other financial advantages

tokkin fund in tokkin US English

(In Japan) a type of short-term corporate investment fund managed by a trust bank, providing a reduction of tax liability and other financial advantages

fund US Thesaurus

an emergency fund for refugees

fund English-Spanish

fondo masculine

appeal fund English-Spanish

fondo masculine

hedge fund English-Spanish

fondo masculine de inversión libre, hedge fund masculine

slush fund English-Spanish

fondo masculine de reptiles, fondo

hedge fund Spanish-English

hedge fund


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