a South American, coniferous timber tree, Araucaria araucana, having candelabralike branches, stiff sharp leaves, and edible nuts.
a South American coniferous tree, Araucaria araucana, having branches shaped like a candelabrum and stiff sharp leaves: family Araucariaceae Also called Chile pine
- Monkey rum
noun a liqueur distilled from sugar-cane syrup or sorghum Usage Note cooking
noun The ”laundering” of illicit money to make it seem legitimately earned: Soon the Caymans became a great capital of money-washing (1972+)
noun 1. a fanciful tree that when shaken sheds coins or paper money. 2. Informal. a good source of money, funds, or revenues; gold mine. noun a tree or shrub to which money is attached as a fund-raiser
- Money wages
plural noun 1. (economics) wages evaluated with reference to the money paid rather than the equivalent purchasing power Also called nominal wages Compare real wages