bankroll


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bankroll

1. noun The ready and available money of a person, group, or organization. The company's large bankroll ensures they have the means to pay for any legal challenge they may face.
2. verb To finance or put up money for someone or something, as for a business endeavor. My wealthy uncle has generously offered to bankroll my independent film.

bankroll

1. n. a roll or wad of currency; one’s cash assets. Don’t show that bankroll around here!
2. tv. to finance something. We were hoping to find somebody who would bankroll the project.
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Most cannot, and it creates situations that can absolutely cripple a healthy bankroll.
Bubble Protection is the provider of bankroll management technology offered to the online poker community.
Eriksson, 62, joined the League Two club as director of football last July, but quit his post last night when it became clear the Magpies couldn't raise the millions required to bankroll their ambitions.
GRAHAM TAYLOR leads Watford back into the First Division this afternoon with chairman Sir Elton John warning him: "I won't bankroll the club again.