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bankroll

noun bank·roll \ ˈbaŋk-ˌrōl \

Definition of bankroll

:supply of money :funds

Examples of bankroll in a Sentence

  1. They started the business with a fairly small bankroll.

  2. my total bankroll right now is $2,000

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First Known Use of bankroll

1849


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bankroll

verb

Definition of bankroll

transitive verb
:to supply money for (a business, project, or person)

bankroller

noun

Examples of bankroll in a Sentence

  1. several corporations bankrolled the Broadway musical

Recent Examples of bankroll from the Web

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First Known Use of bankroll

1915


BANKROLL Defined for English Language Learners

bankroll

noun

Definition of bankroll for English Language Learners

  • : a supply of money


bankroll

verb

Definition of bankroll for English Language Learners

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



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