(in a business) the total funds invested in an enterprise.
a letter of the alphabet that usually differs from its corresponding lowercase letter in form and height, as A, B, Q, and R as distinguished from a, b, q, and r : used as the initial letter of a proper name, the first word of a sentence, etc. Historical Examples “Stops” Paul Allardyce n.
a tax based on capital, as distinguished from a tax on income. noun a tax on capital or property as contrasted with a tax on income
loss from the sale of assets, as of bonds or real estate.
noun the financial institutions collectively that deal with medium-term and long-term capital and loans Compare money market Historical Examples Readings in Money and Banking Chester Arthur Phillips