seed money

  • 1seed money — is money that is used to start a small business …

    The small dictionary of idiomes

  • 2seed money — seed .money also seed .capital n [U] the money you have available to start a new business …

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  • 3seed money — (also seed capital) ► NOUN ▪ money allocated to initiate a project …

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  • 4seed money — seed ,money noun uncount money used for starting a business or project …

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  • 5seed money —    Seed money is money that is used to start a small business.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …

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  • 6seed money — ☆ seed money n. money made available to begin the financing of, or to attract additional funds for, a long term project …

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  • 7Seed money — A seed round, sometimes known as a friends and family round or seed funding, is a securities offering whereby one or more parties that have some connection to a new enterprise invest the funds necessary to start the business so that it has enough …

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  • 8seed money — The first contribution by a venture capitalist toward the financing of a new business, often using a loan or purchase of convertible bonds or preferred stock. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary See: mezzanine level and second round. Bloomberg… …

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  • 9seed money — noun capital needed to set up a new business or enterprise • Hypernyms: ↑capital, ↑working capital * * * noun [noncount] : money that is used for starting a new business, program, project, etc. He provided seed money for the campaign. called …

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  • 10seed money — A venture capitalist s initial contribution toward the financing or capital requirements of a new business. Seed money frequently takes the form of a subordinated loan or an investment in convertible bonds or convertible preferred shares. Seed… …

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  • 11seed money — N UNCOUNT Seed money is money that is given to someone to help them start a new business or project …

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  • 12seed money — American & Australian money that is used to start a business or other activity. With $250,000 in seed money they started to recruit executives and advisers for their new venture …

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  • 13seed money — {n. phr.} A small grant or donation for others to be able to start a new venture. * /All you need is some seed money and you can set up your own desk top publishing firm./ …

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  • 14seed money — {n. phr.} A small grant or donation for others to be able to start a new venture. * /All you need is some seed money and you can set up your own desk top publishing firm./ …

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  • 15seed\ money — n. phr. A small grant or donation for others to be able to start a new venture. All you need is some seed money and you can set up your own desk top publishing firm …

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  • 16seed money — seed′ mon ey n. cvb bus capital for the initial stages of a new business or other enterprise, esp. for the initial operating costs • Etymology: 1940–45 …

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  • 17seed money — noun Date: 1943 money used for setting up a new enterprise …

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  • 18seed money — noun Money used to set up a new business venture …

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  • 19seed money — n. (British) money required or provided to enable the development and set up of a business venture or new project; initial funds provided by venture capitalist to finance a new business (Finance) …

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  • 20seed money — noun money allocated to initiate a project …

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