bankroll


1bank·roll

noun \ˈbaŋk-ˌrōl\

: a supply of money

Full Definition of BANKROLL

:  supply of money :  funds

Examples of BANKROLL

  1. They started the business with a fairly small bankroll.
  2. <my total bankroll right now is $2,000>

First Known Use of BANKROLL

1887

2bankroll

verb

: to supply money for (a business, project, person, etc.)

Full Definition of BANKROLL

transitive verb
:  to supply money for (a business, project, or person)
bank·roll·er noun

Examples of BANKROLL

  1. <several corporations bankrolled the Broadway musical>

First Known Use of BANKROLL

1928

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