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Fund

A comprehensive term for any money that is set aside for a particular purpose or that is accessible for the satisfaction of debts or claims.

The term public funds is a colloquial label for the revenue of a government, state, or Municipal Corporation.

fund

noun accumulation, assets, capital, copia, foundation, fount, hoard, investment, mine, nest egg, pecunia, pool, reserve, reservoir, resources, savings, spring, stock, store, sum of money, supply, well
Associated concepts: available fund, cash funds, commingling of funds, contingent fund, endowment fund, escrow fund, guaranty fund, insurance fund, joint fund, misapplicaaion of funds, misappropriation of funds, permanent funds, reserve fund, residuary fund, trust fund

fund

verb accommodate, accumulate, afford, allot, amass, apportion, bank, be a benefactor, bestow, cache, collect, conserve, contribute, deposit, dispense, dole, donate, endow, endue, equip, finance, furnish, garner, give, give money, grant, hand out, hoard, invest money, keep, keep in reserve, lay in store, lay up, maintain, pay, pay for, present, present money, preserve, provide, provide for, provide money, provide the wherewithal, provision, purvey, reserve, retain, save, save up, settle upon, spare, stock, stockpile, store, subsidize, supply, sustain, treasure, yield
See also: bear, bestow, capitalize, depository, endow, endowment, finance, garner, hoard, principal, provide, provision, reserve, resource, stock, store, supply, treasury, underwrite, yield
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