(small amount of money)

  • 1small — small, little, diminutive, petite, wee, tiny, teeny, weeny, minute, microscopic, miniature can all mean conspicuously below the average in magnitude, especially physical magnitude. Small (opposed to large) and little (opposed to big, great) are… …

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  • 2small potatoes —  Small amount of money, number.  ► “ In fact, most MUD players today are science fiction and fantasy fans who are also university students a group that numbers itself in the thousands. That’s ‘small potatoes’ compared with an estimated 35 million …

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  • 3small — small1 W1S1 [smo:l US smo:l] adj comparative smaller superlative smallest ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(size)¦ 2¦(not important)¦ 3 no small degree/achievement/task etc 4¦(young)¦ 5 small business/firm/farmer etc 6¦(letter)¦ 7 conservative with a small c /democrat… …

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  • 4money — n. 1) to coin, make, produce; counterfeit money 2) to circulate money 3) to earn, make money 4) to bank; change; deposit; put up; raise; refund, return; save; spend; squander, throw away; tie up; withdraw money 5) to borrow; lend money 6) to… …

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  • 5small capital — upper case letter that is of a small size; small fortune, small amount of money …

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  • 6Money laundering — is the process of disguising illegal sources of money so that it looks like it came from legal sources.[1] The methods by which money may be laundered are varied and can range in sophistication. Many regulatory and governmental authorities quote… …

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  • 7small claims court — n: a special court intended to simplify and expedite the resolution of minor disputes involving small claims Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. small claims court …

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  • 8money order — n: an order issued by a post office, bank, or telegraph office for payment of a specified sum of money usu. at any branch of the issuing organization Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. money order …

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  • 9small claims court — UK US noun [countable] [singular small claims court plural small claims courts] legal a law court in which people try to get back small amounts of money that they think other people or businesses owe them Thesaurus …

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  • 10Money (Pink Floyd song) — Money Single by Pink Floyd from the album The Dark Side of the Moon B side …

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  • 11small claim — UK US noun [C, usually plural] LAW ► a request to a court for something that does not involve a large amount of money but that you believe you have a legal right to: »A third change would increase the cost to file a small claims lawsuit to $25… …

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  • 12money — moneyless, adj. /mun ee/, n., pl. moneys, monies, adj. n. 1. any circulating medium of exchange, including coins, paper money, and demand deposits. 2. See paper money. 3. gold, silver, or other metal in pieces of convenient form stamped by public …

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  • 13Money order — postal money order: Duchy of Brunswick, 1867 A money order is a payment order for a pre specified amount of money. Because it is required that the funds be prepaid for the amount shown on it, it is a more trusted method of payment than a personal …

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  • 14Money supply — Finance Financial markets Bond market …

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  • 15amount — ▪ I. amount a‧mount 1 [əˈmaʊnt] noun [countable, uncountable] a quantity of something: • debts that vary in amount • Figures show a big rise in the amount of money in the economy. • You must pay the full amount in advance. • a cheque in… …

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  • 16Money — For other uses, see Money (disambiguation). Coins and banknotes – the two most common physical forms of money …

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  • 17Money burning — 500 French franc banknote burning Money burning or burning money is the purposeful act of destroying money. In the prototypical example, banknotes are destroyed by literally setting them on fire. Burning money decreases the wealth of the owner… …

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  • 18amount — 1 noun (C, U) 1 a quantity of something such as time, money, or a substance (+ of): a considerable amount of money | a small/large etc amount: It s best to cook vegetables in a small amount of water. 2 the level or degree to which a feeling,… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 19money supply — The amount of money in the economy, consisting primarily of currency in circulation plus deposits in banks: M 1 U.S. money supply consisting of currency held by the public, traveler s checks, checking account funds, NOW and super NOW accounts,… …

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  • 20money — currency and coin that are guaranteed as legal tender by the government, a regulatory agency or bank. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary at the money out of the money in the money NYSE Euronext Glossary * * * money mon‧ey [ˈmʌni] noun …

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