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seed money

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Definition of seed money in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Money allocated to initiate a project: we’ll give you some seed money for a few stores
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  • Initially, IPRT provided seed money to fund the center's pilot-phase projects.
  • Making this point, Lugari managed to get seed money for the project from the Japanese Government.
  • ‘USAID provides seed money to projects with the expectation that they will be self-sustaining,’ Pugh says.

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