of, denoting, or relating to money-making
noun one who studies wealth; a political economist Word Origin chremat- ‘wealth’
noun a fear of money, wealth Word Origin chremat- ‘wealth’
[kres-erd] /ˈkrɛs ərd/ noun 1. the water in soil that is available to plants for absorption. /ˈkrɛsəd/ noun 1. the amount of water present in the soil that is available to plants
[krem-zuh l; Yiddish khrem-zuh l] /ˈkrɛm zəl; Yiddish ˈxrɛm zəl/ noun, plural chremzlach [kremz-luh k, -lahk; Yiddish khremz-luh kh, -lahkh] /ˈkrɛmz lək, -lɑk; Yiddish ˈxrɛmz ləx, -lɑx/ (Show IPA). Jewish Cookery. 1. a flat cake made from matzo meal, topped or stuffed with a filling, as of ground meat or fruit and nuts.