money

listen to the pronunciation of money
İngilizce - Türkçe
para

O aşırı para harcıyor. - He has lots of money.

O aşırı para harcıyor. - He's got money to burn.

{i} mangır
{i} nakit

Pek çok insan para çekmek için nakit para çekme makineleri kullanıyor. - Many people use cash machines to withdraw money.

Benim için, vakit nakit değildir. - For me, time is not money.

{i} tıkır [arg.]
para kırmak
patpat
(Argo) canlı

Leyla, parası için Fadıl'ı canlı canlı yaktı. - Layla burned Fadil alive for his money.

servet

Mary servete konduktan sonra bir alışveriş çılgınlığına devam etti. - Mary went on a shopping spree after coming into some money.

para yerine geçen şey
money order posta havalesi
money market piyasa
easy money kolay kazanılmış para
money belt para taşlmaya elverişli kuşak
even money yarışta iki tarafln eşit meblâğlarla bahis tutuşması
ücret

Üyelik ücretini ödemek için yeterli paraya sahip olmayan tek kişi ben değilim. - I'm not the only one who doesn't have enough money to pay the membership fee.

sikke
bedel

Para yaşamın bedelini ödeyemez. - Money cannot compensate for life.

Tom'un kira bedelini ödemek için yeterli parası yoktu. - Tom didn't have enough money to pay his rent.

(Ticaret) market para piyasası
arpa
karşılık
paralar
tıkır
money order
havale
money launderer
Kara para aklayıcı
money list
(Askeri) maaş bordrosu
money pit
para tuzağı
money plant
denizlahanası
money talks
para insanı konuşturur
money talks
para konuşur
money trap
para tuzağı
money box
kumbara
money changer
döviz alım satımcısı
money grubber
para canlısı
money grubber
açgözlü
money grubbing
paragöz
money grubbing
açgözlü
money in circulation
tedavüldeki para
money in circulation
dolaşımdaki para
money income
parasal gelir
money lender
faizci
money lender
murabahacı
money lender
mukriz
money lender
tefeci
money lender
borç veren
money maker
çok para getiren
money making
para getiren
money market
para piyasası
money no object
para problem değil
money on hand
eldeki para
money order
havale emri
money order
posta havalesi
money order
para havalesi
money supply
para arzı
money back guarantee
(Ekonomi) Para iade garantisi
money changer
para değiştirici
money clip
para klibi
money counter machine
para sayma makinesi
money creation
para yapılması
money down
peşinat

no money down: peşinatsız.

money down
kapora
money down the drain
para boşa
money due
tahsil edilecek para
money flow
(Ekonomi) Para arzı
money form of value
değeri para şeklinde
money judgment
para yargı
money laundering
Kara para aklama
money lender
ikrazatçı
money loan
nakdi kredi
money loundering
Kara para aklama
money makes the mare go
para kısrak götüremez
money making
para kazanma
money management
para yönetim
money market deposit account
para piyasası mevduat hesabı
money market papers
para piyasası kağıtları
money minded
para fikirli
money minded
paragöz

they saw themselves too money-minded and suspicious.

money motivated
Parayla güdülenmiş olan
money obsessed
para takıntılı
money rent
para kira
money spinner
para spinner
money talk
para konuşmak
money talks
Said about people or organizations that are rich, and can therefore get or do what they want
money talks
Parası olan konuşur
money wage
nominal ücret
money worries
para endişeler
money zero maturity
vadesi sıfır olan para
money-conscious
aklı sadece paraya çalışan
money-saving
Tasarruflu, (para) tasarruf ettirici
Money is no object
İş parada değil./Para önemli değil
money accounts
(Askeri) PARA HESAPLARI: Maliye ve muhasebe subayı tarafından belirli devrelerde verilen hesap özeti ve bu hesapların dayandığı dokümanlar
money band
para lastiği
money for jam
kolay para
money for jam
(deyim) kolay kazanilmis para
money for jam
havadan gelen şey
money for old rope
(deyim) kolay kazanilmis para
money funds
(Ticaret) para fonları
money grip
para tutacağı
money grubber
(isim) paragöz
money is no object
sorun parada değil
money is no object
paranın önemi yok
money laundering
(Avrupa Birliği) kara paranın aklanması
money list
(Askeri) MAAŞ BORDROSU: Maliye ve muhasebe subayları tarafından kullanılan ve kara ordusu askeri personelinin isimleri ile kendilerine ödenen maaş ve bedel miktarını gösteren form. Buna (payroll) ve (payroll money list) de denir
money making
para yapma
money market
borsa
money owed to one
alacak
money plant
bot. denizlahanası, ayotu
money rate
(Ticaret) para kuru
money spinner
uğurlu iş
money order
(Ticaret) ödeme emri
monies
paralar
moneyed
zengin
small piece of money, small metallic money
para küçük parçası, küçük metal para
money laundering
(Hukuk) para aklama
money order
havalename
money order
banka havalesi
moneyed
paralı
moneys
nukut
İngilizce - İngilizce
Hard cash in the form of banknotes and coins, as opposed to cheques/checks, credit cards, or credit more generally
Wealth

He was born with money.

A legally or socially binding conceptual contract of entitlement to wealth, void of intrinsic value, payable for all debts and taxes, and regulated in supply
A person who funds an operation
An item of value between two parties used for the exchange of goods or services
A generally accepted means of exchange and measure of value

Before colonial times cowry shells imported from Mauritius were used as money in Western Africa.

The total value of liquid assets available for an individual or other economic unit, such as cash and bank deposits
A currency maintained by a state or other entity which can guarantee its value (such as a monetary union)
Of or pertaining to money; monetary

money supply, money market.

{n} metal coined for public use
{i} leading American financial magazine
the official currency issued by a government or national bank; "he changed his money into francs"
Neotech ends the neocheater's 2000-year effort to conceal the fact that money is created only through the creation of competitive values for others and society Neocheaters falsely detach money from values while dishonestly linking it to guilt In contrast, by orienting directly around money, Neotech focuses on values in the most direct, guiltless way to vanquish the dishonesties of mystics and neocheaters
which is payable in standard coined money and is lawfully current in lieu of it; in a comprehensive sense, any currency usually and lawfully employed in buying and selling
(p 648) Anything that people generally accept as payment for goods and services
In general, wealth; property; as, he has much money in land, or in stocks; to make, or lose, money
Anything customarily used as a medium of exchange and measure of value
The currency in issue in the United Kingdom, but includes the lawful currency of any foreign country and also includes bankers drafts, cheques, postal and money orders, securities, saving stamps and certificates, premium bonds, negotiable instruments and any similar instruments which can be dealt with in a manner similar to any of those indicated
that part of a person’s wealth that can be readily used for transactions Money also serves as a store of value and a unit of account (chapter 10)
Money is the coins or bank notes that you use to buy things, or the sum that you have in a bank account. A lot of the money that you pay at the cinema goes back to the film distributors Players should be allowed to earn money from advertising discounts and money saving offers
to be rolling in money: see rolling money for old rope: see rope to give someone a run for their money: see run. Commodity accepted by general consent as a medium of economic exchange. It is the medium in which prices and values are expressed; it circulates from person to person and country to country, thus facilitating trade. Throughout history various commodities have been used as money, including seashells, beads, and cattle, but since the 17th century the most common forms have been metal coins, paper notes, and bookkeeping entries. In standard economic theory, money is held to have four functions: to serve as a medium of exchange universally accepted in return for goods and services; to act as a measure of value, making possible the operation of the price system and the calculation of cost, profit, and loss; to serve as a standard of deferred payments, the unit in which loans are made and future transactions are fixed; and to provide a means of storing wealth not immediately required for use. Metals, especially gold and silver, have been used for money for at least 4,000 years; standardized coins have been minted for perhaps 2,600 years. In the late 18th and early 19th century, banks began to issue notes redeemable in gold or silver, which became the principal money of industrial economies. Temporarily during World War I and permanently from the 1930s, most nations abandoned the gold standard. To most individuals today, money consists of coins, notes, and bank deposits. In terms of the economy, however, the total money supply is several times as large as the sum total of individual money holdings so defined, since most of the deposits placed in banks are loaned out, thus multiplying the money supply several times over. See also soft money. money market money order money supply money quantity theory of ship money soft money
If you are in the money, you have a lot of money to spend. If you are one of the lucky callers chosen to play, you could be in the money
Any written or stamped promise, certificate, or order, as a government note, a bank note, a certificate of deposit, etc
If you make money, you obtain money by earning it or by making a profit. the only bit of the firm that consistently made money
A medium of exchange; a storehouse of purchasing power, a standard value
disapproval If you say that someone is throwing good money after bad, you are critical of them for trying to improve a bad situation by spending more money on it, instead of doing more thoughtful or practical things to improve it. Further heavy intervention would be throwing good money after bad
2d
If you say that money talks, you mean that if someone has a lot of money, they also have a lot of power. The formula in Hollywood is simple -- money talks
If you say that you want someone to put their money where their mouth is, you want them to spend money to improve a bad situation, instead of just talking about improving it. The government might be obliged to put its money where its mouth is to prove its commitment
Money is anything that is generally acceptable in exchange for goods and services Money does not necessarily need to have any intrinsic value to serve as a medium of exchange It is someone's willingness to accept it in payment that gives money its value in the exchange process
Currency accepted for use as a medium of exchange
One of the three essential business disciplines, Money represents the financial side of the business - obtaining money, controlling its movement into and within the business, and creating the company's financial value
Hard cash in the form of banknotes and coins, as opposed to cheques/checks or credit cards
The accepted common medium of exchange for goods and services in the marketplace that functions as the unit of account, a means of deferred payment and a store of value
easily traded item that is small, easy to move, widely desired and corrosion-proof To settle by bargaining
Anything generally accepted in exchange for other things Money is one medium by which goods and services are exchanged between buyers and sellers Money allows people who hold it to make purchases in the future; it is a store of value
struck annually for the Maundy alms
Monies is used to refer to several separate sums of money that form part of a larger amount that is received or spent. We drew up a schedule of payments for the rest of the monies owed. see also blood money, pocket money
A symbolic representation of wealth Used for exchange in place of actual products or services
Silver coins or money of the nominal value of 1d
any item that serves as a medium of exchange, a store of value, and a unit of account
wealth reckoned in terms of money; "all his money is in real estate" the most common medium of exchange; functions as legal tender; "we tried to collect the money he owed us" the official currency issued by a government or national bank; "he changed his money into francs
{i} coins and paper notes which have value, currency; medium of trade; wealth
A piece of metal, as gold, silver, copper, etc
the most common medium of exchange; functions as legal tender; "we tried to collect the money he owed us"
3d
wealth reckoned in terms of money; "all his money is in real estate"
money is the standard object used in exchanging goods and services In short, money is the medium of exchange
The cash deposit (including initial and additional deposits) paid by the prospective buyer of real property as evidence of his good faith intention to complete the transaction; called hand money or a binder in some states
Anything generally acceptable in exchange Money serves a number of functions: it is a medium of exchange, it is used as a unit of account, and it can be used as a store of value In its latter use, it is an alternative to holding value in the form of goods or other types of financial assets such as stocks or bonds
As a modifier, of or pertaining to money; monetary
The official currency, coins, and negotiable instruments issued by a government It is a commodity such as gold or silver that is legally established as an exchangeable equivalent of all other commodities and is used as a measure of their comparative values on the market (Also see the definition of cash and currency )
If you say that someone has money to burn, you mean that they have more money than they need or that they spend their money on things that you think are unnecessary. He was a high-earning broker with money to burn
Anything that is generally accepted in payment for goods or services or in the repayment of debts Also called money supply 8
generally accepted or legally enforced medium of exchange
To supply with money
and 4d
something used to pay -- "To calculate the amount of money you have, multiply each coin and bill value by the number of them you have, and then add " (211)
Any object generally accepted by people as payment for goods and services
Anything that is generally acceptable as a medium of exchange
coined, or stamped, and issued by the sovereign authority as a medium of exchange in financial transactions between citizens and with government; also, any number of such pieces; coin
disapproval If you say that someone is throwing money at a problem, you are critical of them for trying to improve it by spending money on it, instead of doing more thoughtful and practical things to improve it. The Australian government's answer to the problem has been to throw money at it
Money is the generally recognized means of payment with which any goods and services offered on the market can be acquired The State declares the national money to be the statutory means of payment (currency): everyone is obliged to accept it as payment for services As a unit of account or measure of value money permits goods to be compared by price, which is expressed in monetary units Therefore, something can only be referred to as money if it performs the following functions: unit of account, measure of value and store of purchasing power; medium of exchange and statutory means of payment see also cash; deposit money
If you say that the smart money is on a particular person or thing, you mean that people who know a lot about it think that this person will be successful, or this thing will happen. With England not playing, the smart money was on the Germans
the official currency issued by a government or national bank; "he changed his money into francs
If you get your money's worth, you get something which is worth the money that it costs or the effort you have put in. The fans get their money's worth
bread
spondulics
rocks
dough

I'm rolling in dough. - I have a lot of money.

money belt
A belt concealed under clothing, having a pocket for money or other documents
money bomb
An intense, short-term internet fundraising campaign, usually taking 24 hours or less
money broker
A broker who deals in different kinds of money; one who buys and sells bills of exchange; money changer
money can't buy happiness
Money can buy external things, but true happiness comes from inside
money changer
A person who will exchange currency of one type for another for a fee or percentage

The money changer gave me rupees for my dollars.

money changers
plural form of money changer
money chest
A burglar-resistant container for storing money and other precious items
money clip
A clip used for securing folded banknotes
money cowry
A mollusc of the species Cypraea moneta. The shells of money cowry were formerly used as money in West Africa
money doesn't grow on trees
Wealth cannot be obtained without some effort; hence currency is not always available for a prospective purchase

Money doesn't grow on trees — and even the paper for money isn't made of wood!.

money for jam
Money made very easily

For an ex-chainman, the locating business was money for jam at $25.00 for a light morning's work.

money for old rope
Money exchanged for goods of low value
money goggles
the illusion that a man appears more attractive to women when he is wealthy regardless of his appearance or personality
money laundering
The act of engaging in transactions designed to obscure the origin of money that has been obtained illegally
money machine
A very profitable scheme or institution, sometimes one that disregards aesthetic or spiritual concerns in favour of making money
money machines
plural form of money machine
money maker
A woman's buttocks
money maker
Something profitable
money market
A market for trading short-term debt instruments, such as treasury bills, commercial paper, bankers' acceptances, and certificates of deposit
money market fund
A mutual fund that invests almost exclusively in short-term money market instruments whose value is deemed unlikely to fluctuate
money markets
plural form of money market
money of account
A denomination of value used in keeping accounts, for which there may, or may not, be an equivalent coin
money order
A type of cheque, usually purchased from a postal service to allow safe sending of money through the post
money orders
plural form of money order
money scrivener
A person who produces the loan of money to others
money shot
The photographic capture of a willing female proudly displaying her breasts for free, or enticed to raise the shirt for photographing
money shot
The moment in a pornographic film where the male subject of the scene in question ejaculates; so named because it is often considered the most important part of the film, and often an actor who is unable to provide the shot goes unpaid
money shots
plural form of money shot
money spider
Any spider of the family Linyphiidae, superstitiously believed to bring financial good luck
money spiders
plural form of money spider
money supply
the total amount of money (bills, coins, loans, credit, and other liquid instruments) in a particular economy
money talks
It is easier to accomplish goals using money instead of just talk
money tree
A kind of holy tree which can bring money and good fortune
money tree
A Malabar chestnut (Pachira aquatica)
money tree
A cheap, basic kind of tree sculpture, decorated with currency, used as a raffle prize because it would be illegal to offer a cash prize
money tree
A jade plant (Crassula ovata)
money tree
A cocoa tree. (Theobroma cacao)
money-grubbing
greedy or avaricious
money-making
that acquires money

He's always working on one money-making project or another.

money-making
the acquisition of money
money-market
Alternative spelling of money market
money-market fund
Alternative spelling of money market fund
money-spinner
something that generates a continuous income
money-spinning
Serving to generate a continuous income
money down
down payment
money flow
(Ekonomi) Money flow in technical analysis is typical price multiplied by volume, a kind of approximation to the dollar value of a day's trading
money flow index
(Ekonomi) Money flow index (MFI) is an oscillator calculated over an N-day period, ranging from 0 to 100, showing money flow on up days as a percentage of the total of up and down days
money laundering
Money laundering is the process of concealing the source of money obtained by illicit means
money market deposit account
In the United States, a money market deposit account is a deposit account that is considered a savings account for some purposes, but upon which checks can typically be written, subject to certain restrictions
money multiplier
(Ekonomi) Mathematical relationship between the monetary base and money supply of an economy. It explains the increase in the amount of cash in circulation generated by the banks' ability to lend money out of their depositors' funds. When a bank makes a loan, it 'creates' money because the loan becomes a new deposit from which the borrower can withdraw cash to spend. This money-creating power is based on the fractional reserve system under which banks are required to keep at hand only a portion (between 10 to 15 percent, typically 12 percent) of the depositors' funds. The rest may be converted into loans, thereby increasing the available cash by a factor that is a multiple of the initial deposit
money multiplier
(Ekonomi) Money creation is the process by which the money supply of a country is increased
money talks
'Money talks' is said about people or organizations that are rich, and can therefore get or do what they want
money talks bullshit walks
(deyim) cheap talk will get you nowhere, while money will persuade people to do as you like.people who "do something" such as "put their money on the table" will get more results than people who merely talk. Making this statement indicates that the talking up to this time has been bullshit and that it is now time to do something or the speaker will walk away from the proposed deal
money answereth all things
money can solve any problem, money can make everything better
money broker
money changer, one who exchanges foreign currency
money burns holes in one's pocket
available money makes people want to spend it
money changer
one who makes foreign currency exchanges
money changer
one whose business is to exchange the money of one country for that of another country
money changing
conversion of money, exchanging money of one country for that of another
money counterfeit
illegal production of coins and bank notes which resemble the legal currency
money counterfeiter
person who engages in producing forged money and distributing it as real money
money cowrie
cowrie whose shell is used for money in parts of the southern Pacific and in parts of Africa
money down the drain
waste of money
money for old rope
(Slang) profit that is attained without difficulty; reward obtained without any difficulty
money grubber
{i} person determined to accumulate money
money in circulation
amount of money in use within a country
money laundering
Generally speaking, 'money laundering' is the introduction of illegally gained assets into the legal financial system with the aim of covering up its true origin According to the Act on the tracing of profits from serious offences (in short: 'Money Laundering Act') of 25 October 1993, the banks and their employees are obliged to identify customers in the case of suspicious business transactions, to inform the criminal prosecution authorities if money laundering is suspected and to take internal measures to prevent money laundering The information ascertained is to be recorded and stored The data thus obtained may in principle only be used to prosecute money laundering, and not to punish tax offences
money laundering
turning money acquired illegally to legal money via illegal methods, legitimizing money that was either acquired illegally or that taxes were never paid on it
money laundering
Conduct or acts designed in whole or in part to conceal or disguise the nature, location, source, ownership or control of money (can be currency or equivalents, e g , checks, electronic transfers, etc ) to avoid a transaction reporting requirement under state or federal law or to disguise the fact that the money was acquired by illegal means
money laundering
The process by which large amounts of illegally obtained money (from drug trafficking, terrorist activity or other serious crimes) is given the appearance of having originated from a legitimate source Some estimate annual amounts of laundered money exceed $500 billion Often thought of as a victimless crime, money laundering is a very serious issue Without it, international organized crime cannot function 1
money laundering
concealing the source of illegally gotten money
money laundering
Making a campaign contribution to an elected official (or to a campaign committee, PAC, or political party) through one or more third parties -- as a device for disguising the source of a contribution and getting around contribution limits For example, during 1989-1991, the Evergreen America Corp funneled illegal campaign contributions totaling $172,000 to local and state officials in California in the form of $500 checks from dozens of Evergreen employees, friends, and relatives whom the corporation had secretly reimbursed
money laundering
When illegal money is made to appear legal by passing it through a bank or legal business
money laundering
The false reporting of income from criminal activity as income from legitimate business
money laundering
The process by which the sources of illegally obtained money is disguised The process is comprised of three phases; placing, layering and integration The Criminal Justice Act 1993 identifies three offences which carry individual liability; assisting, tipping off and failure to report a suspicion
money laundering
Popular term used to describe the process whereby criminals conceal illicitly acquired funds by converting them into seemingly legitimate income While the term refers to the proceeds of organized crime generally, it is now most often associated with financial activities of drug dealers who seek to launder the large amounts of cash generated from the sale of narcotics
money makes the world go round
money is the most important thing in life, money solves every problem
money making asset
profitable property, possession which earns money
money management
{i} investment management, process of investing and managing money
money market
Figurative expression for the informal network of dealers and investors over which short-term debt securities are purchased and sold Money market securities generally are highly liquid securities that mature in less than one year, typically in less than ninety days
money market
Money markets are for borrowing and lending money for three years or less The securities in a money market can be U S government bonds, treasury bills and commercial paper from banks and companies
money market
The market in which large amounts of short-term funds are loaned and borrowed Money market instruments include such investments as commercial paper, negotiable certificates of deposit, and Treasury bills Your risk is low to moderate
money market
A financial market in which only short-term debt instruments (maturity of less than one year) are traded 20
money market
A wholesale, financial market specializing in low risk, highly liquid debt instruments (bills, commercial paper, bankers' acceptances and corporate paper) with terms to maturity of less than 1 year
money market
A money market is a market for short-term debt instruments such as negotiable certificates of deposit, Treasury bills, commercial paper, bankers’ acceptances, etc
money market
a market for short-term debt instruments
money market
A wholesale market for the buying and selling of money Money market paper is predominantly negotiable and traded just like any other product Money market maturities extend out to one year
money market
The market for short-term debt instruments Money market investments include Treasury bills, short-term certificates of deposit, commercial paper, and other similar instruments
money market
That part of the capital market in which short-term financial obligations are bought and sold These include federal government treasury bills, short term Government of Canada bonds, commercial paper, bankers' acceptances and guaranteed investment certificates Longer term securities, when their term shortens to three years, are also traded in the money market
money market
a market where short term securities, such as promissory notes and bills of exchange, are traded Securities in the money market all have terms of 1 year or less
money market
The market in which short-term (less than 1 year) debt obligations (such as certificates of deposit and federal securities) are bought and sold Money market instruments are one of the most liquid investments, providing safety of principal, variable interest, and quick access Money Market funds are neither insured nor guaranteed by the U S Government or their issuers and there can be no assurance that they will be able to maintain stable net asset values of $1 00 per share
money market
The area of the capital markets in which short term financial obligations are traded
money market
Short-term debt instruments
money market
Vehicle for buying and selling short-term debt instruments
money market
The market where short-term securities are traded Money markets are for borrowing and lending money for three years or less The securities in a money market can be U S government bonds, Treasury Bills and commercial paper from banks and companies
money market funds
Investment funds which concentrate on money market instruments
money market funds
A mutual fund that pools the resources of individuals to invest in certain managed investments
money market funds
Refers to mutual funds which invest solely in money market instruments
money market funds
Almost all assets in Canadian money market instruments such as treasury bills, certificates of deposit, short-term government bonds and commercial paper
money market funds
Noninsured, nonregulated private investment pools
money market funds
~ A professionally managed, diversified portfolio of short-term securities that seeks to preserve capital while providing income and liquidity There are two major types of money market funds, taxable and tax-free funds
money market funds
Funds which invest in short-term debt instruments - Treasury bills, commercial paper, bankers' acceptances, etc - that are issued and traded in the money market An investor's risk is low to moderate with these funds
money market funds
Funds whose assets have to be invested in short term securities Due to the guarantee provided by them, they are almost equivalent to cash
money market funds
Best described as short-term versions of bonds These relatively low-risk variable funds hold very short-term securities such as U S government securities, certificates of deposit, cash and cash equivalents Investments in Money Market funds are neither insured nor guaranteed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or any other government agency Although they seek to preserve the value of your investment at $1 per share, it is possible to lose money in Money Market funds
money market funds
Invest in short-term securities, such as Treasury bills and commercial paper Degree of investment risk: low
money market funds
Mutual funds that invest in money-market instruments
money of account
A monetary unit in which accounts are kept and that may or may not correspond to actual current denominations
money order
A financial instrument backed by a deposit at a certain firm such as a bank that can be easily converted into cash
money order
                          Form of cash bought for a specific amount and signed over by the purchaser to the person or firm named on the money order
money order
A check that a customer can buy for a small fee from some financial institutions or the U S Postal Service, issued to a specific payee for a specific amount
money order
paper slip which can be cashed for its value, bank order similar to a check
money order
An instrument of exchange purchased for a fee from the U S Postal Service or from a financial institution The instrument is an order to pay on demand a sum of money specified on the face of the order to a party (the payee) named by the purchaser Since the purchaser has already paid the face amount of a money order to the issuer, the payee presenting the order to an agent of the issuer is sure of collecting the funds Thus, money orders are easily converted to cash anywhere in the United States, or anywhere the issuer has agents
money order
A legal document that is a promise to pay the individual or business named on it a specified amount of cash when presented at a financial institution Money orders are an alternative to paying by share draft or check or cash
money order
A substitute for personal checks This is a financial instrument purchased through a bank that is only payable to the person or company shown on the money order
money order
a written order for the payment of a sum to a named individual; obtainable and payable at a post office
money plant
honesty: southeastern European plant cultivated for its fragrant purplish flowers and round flat papery silver-white seedpods that are used for indoor decoration
money player
An athlete, especially a team member, who performs exceptionally well at crucial times
money supply
total methods of payment that are at an economy's disposal
money supply
Private assets that can readily be used to make transactions or are easily convertible into assets that can [Back to top]
money supply
The amount of money in the economy, consisting primarily of currency in circulation plus deposits in banks: M-1-U S money supply consisting of currency held by the public, traveler's checks, checking account funds, NOW and super- NOW accounts, automatic transfer service accounts, and balances in credit unions M-2-U S money supply consisting M-1 plus savings and small time deposits (less than $100,000) at depository institutions, overnight repurchase agreements at commercial banks, and money market mutual fund accounts M-3-U S money supply consisting of M-2 plus large time deposits ($100,000 or more) at depository institutions, repurchase agreements with maturities longer than one day at commercial banks, and institutional money market accounts
money supply
the sum of currency (coin and paper money) held by the public and deposits at banks (chapter 10)
money supply
The amount of money in the economy There are various definitions of "money" for this purpose, but a common one is the sum of currency in circulation plus bank deposits The central bank is responsible for monitoring the money supply, and can influence its size by using the tools of monetary policy
money supply
the money stock multiplied by its velocity (the number of times it is spent in a given period)
money supply
The money supply is the total amount of money in a country's economy at any one time. They believed that controlling the money supply would reduce inflation. The amount of money in the economy, measured according to varying methods or principles. One such method incorporates only money that is usually used to purchase goods and services, such as cash and the contents of checking accounts. all the money that exists in a country's economic system at a particular time. Liquid assets held by individuals and banks. The money supply includes coins, currency, and demand deposits (checking accounts). Some economists consider time and savings deposits to be part of the money supply because such deposits can be managed by governmental action and are nearly as liquid as currency and demand deposits. Other economists believe that deposits in mutual savings banks, savings and loan associations, and credit unions should be counted as part of the money supply. Central banks regulate the money supply to stabilize their national economies. See also monetary policy
money supply
– consist of currency in circulation and peso deposits subject to check of the monetary system Also called Narrow Money (as defined under M B Res 404 dated 14 February 1975) (Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas)
money supply
The total value of assets in an economy that can easily be converted into cash ' for example, currency, checking accounts, savings accounts, and certificates of deposit Different measurements of the money supply include different sets of assets
money supply
M1-A: Currency plus demand depositsM1-B: M1-A plus other checkable deposits M2: M1-B plus overnight repos, money market funds, savings, and small (less than $100M) time deposits M3: M-2 plus large time deposits and term repos L: M-3 plus other liquid assets
money supply
The amount of money in the economy See M1, M2, M3
money supply
The stock of money in the economy, consisting of currency in circulation and deposits in checking and savings accounts M1, M2 and M3 represent money and near-money
money supply
The total stock of money in a country (or a group of countries in a monetary union, such as the Euro area) See Monetary Aggregates
money supply
Total stock of money in the economy, consisting primarily of currency in circulation and deposits in savings and checking accounts Too much money in relation to the output of goods tends to push interest rates down and push inflation up; too little money tends to push rates up and prices down, causing unemployment and idle plant capacity The Federal Reserve manages the money supply by raising and lowering the reserves banks are required to hold and the discount rate at which they can borrow money from the Fed The Fed also trades government securities (called repurchase agreements) to take money out of the system or put it in There are various measures of money supply, including M1, M2, M3 and L; these are referred to as monetary aggregates See Monetary policy BACK TO TOP
money supply
Anything that is generally accepted in payment for goods or services or in the repayment of debts Also called money 8
money supply
Money supply is now largely ignored by the financial markets There are two main monetary aggregates M1 measures funds readily available for spending: currency and current accounts M2 is M1 plus relatively accessible savings held for the most part by households Numbers for percentage and dollar changes are announced for M1 and M2 each week and month
money supply
The amount of money in the economy, consisting primarily of currency in circulation plus deposits in banks
money to burn
extra money, surplus cash
money-maker
If you say that a business, product, or investment is a money-maker, you mean that it makes a big profit. = money-spinner
money-spinner
moneymaker: a project that generates a continuous flow of money
moneys
plural form of money (used in the sense of plural of coins and bills)
moneys
Collectively money

All the moneys collected for the poor was wasted in fund raising.

monied
affluent
moneyed
{a} rich in money, rich, wealthy
money laundering
The conversion or transfer of property derived from a criminal offense for the purpose of concealing, or disguising, the illicit origin of the property, or of assisting any person who is involved in the commission of such an offense, to evade the legal consequences of the action; the concealment or disguise of the true nature, source, location, disposition, movement, rights with respect to, or ownership of property, knowing that such property is derived from a criminal offense
money laundering
The process of concealing the criminal origins or uses of cash so that it appears the funds involved are from legitimate sources A crime in most major nations
money laundering
Money that is made through illegal activities needs to be entered into the banking system so it can be moved from place efficiently and stored securely Currency (cash, money orders, traveler's checks, etc ) can only be deposited in increments below $10,000 to avoid being reported A endless array of schemes has developed for the purpose of "Structuring" and "Laundering" currency in the process of converting it from "dirty" to "clean" funds The major risk to a bank is in the potential for complicity and violation of Bank Secrecy Act requirements
money laundering
Money laundering is the crime of processing stolen money through a legitimate business or sending it abroad to a foreign bank, to hide the fact that the money was illegally obtained. the largest money-laundering scandal in history. when money that has been obtained illegally is put into legal businesses or bank accounts in different countries, so that it is difficult for people to discover where it came from
money order
An order for the payment of a specified sum of money, as one issued for a fee by a post office or bank, and payable at another without a fee
money order
A money order is a piece of paper representing a sum of money which you can buy at a post office and send to someone as a way of sending them money by post. An order for the payment of a specified amount of money, usually issued and payable at a bank or post office. an official document that you buy in a post office or a bank and send to someone so that they can exchange it for money in a bank postal order. Certificate requiring the issuer to pay a certain sum of money on demand to a specific person or organization. Money orders provide a fast, safe, and convenient means of transferring small sums of money. They are issued by governments (usually through postal authorities), banks, and other qualified institutions to buyers who pay the issuer the face amount of the money order plus a service charge. Because they are exchangeable for cash on demand, they are a generally accepted means of payment. The American Express Co. began issuing money orders in 1882; the company also created the first traveler's checks nine years later. See also currency
money supply
The total of all money and money substitutes (demand deposits and currency outside of banks)
money supply
The quantity of money available in the economy (pg 27)
money supply
The amount of money (coins, paper currency, and checking accounts) that is in circulation in the economy
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