noun, plural subsidies.
a direct pecuniary aid furnished by a government to a private industrial undertaking, a charity organization, or the like.
a sum paid, often in accordance with a treaty, by one government to another to secure some service in return.
a grant or contribution of money.
money formerly granted by the English Parliament to the crown for special needs.
noun (pl) -dies
a financial aid supplied by a government, as to industry, for reasons of public welfare, the balance of payments, etc
(English history) a financial grant made originally for special purposes by Parliament to the Crown
any monetary contribution, grant, or aid
A grant made by a government to some individual or business in order to maintain an acceptable standard of living or to stimulate economic growth.
plural noun 1. rights to publish or produce in different formats works based on the original work under contract, as a paperback edition of an original hardcover book or a motion picture based on a novel.
noun 1. (in accounting) a ledger containing a group of detailed and related accounts the total of which is summarized in the control account.
noun 1. a company whose controlling interest is owned by another company. subsidiary company noun 1. a company with at least half of its capital stock owned by another company
noun 1. a coin, especially one made of silver, having a value less than that of the monetary unit. subsidiary coin noun 1. a coin of denomination smaller than that of the standard monetary unit