money in one’s possession; monetary resources.
Informal. to finance; provide funds for:
to bankroll a new play.
Check out our big fat story on six Democrats who were bankrolled by banking.
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The trip was bankrolled by low-level Miami gangster Raul Pacheco, himself already on probation for attempted armed burglary.
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He waged war on the modern with a Siemens dialysis machine in-tow, bankrolled by Aramco petrodollars.
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And yet why is Barack Obama losing the business community, even among those who bankrolled his campaign?
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The operatives are not above using private detectives and bankrolled bloggers to engage in blackmail and scandal-mongering.
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Unemployment checks rolled in, and the New York State Department of Labor bankrolled my dating life, for a time.
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Bob Perry Perry, a Houston-based homebuilder, has bankrolled conservative causes for years.
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Some of his big campaign donors, like L.E. Simmons and Frank Vandersloot (through his wife Belinda), also bankrolled Prop 8.
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a roll of currency notes
the financial resources of a person, organization, etc
(transitive) (slang) to provide the capital for; finance
“roll of bank notes,” 1887, from bank (n.1) + roll (n.). The verb is attested from 1928. Related: Bankrolled; bankrolling.
To finance; put up the money for, esp for a theatrical production; angel: Whoever bankrolled this turkey will go broke (1920s+)
money in one’s possession; monetary resources. Informal. to finance; provide funds for: to bankroll a new play. noun the person or organization that provides the finance for a project, business, etc noun a roll of currency notes the financial resources of a person, organization, etc verb (transitive) (slang) to provide the capital for; finance n. […]
Law. a person who upon his or her own petition or that of his or her creditors is adjudged insolvent by a court and whose property is administered for and divided among his or her creditors under a bankruptcy law. any insolvent debtor; a person unable to satisfy any just claims made upon him or […]
- Bankrupt worm
a roundworm (genus Trichostrongylus) that is an intestinal parasite of birds and mammals, especially devastating to young livestock.
the state of being or becoming bankrupt. utter ruin, failure, depletion, or the like. Contemporary Examples The hospitalization, however, was so expensive it forced Jeannette into bankruptcy. How a Psychiatric Slip-Up Killed a Cop Mansfield Frazier November 2, 2009 After the bankruptcy of Mt. Gox, the Japanese police opened an investigation into this case. Vilified […]