English → English - money

n. coins and paper notes which have value, currency; medium of trade; wealth
n. leading American financial magazine

English → Spanish - money

s. dinero, efectivo, moneda, plata
s. "Money" revista americana muy popular que trata de tópicos financieros

English → French - money

n. argent, fortune
n. "money" magazine américain répandu qui traite des sujets financiers

English → German - money

n. Geld; Geldvermögen
n. Money, führendes amerikanisches Finanzmagazin

English → Indonesian - money

n. uang, duit, fulus, doku

English → Italian - money

s. moneta, valuta; denaro, soldi, quattrini; (Econ) moneta di conto; averi, patrimonio, proprietà; (fig) molto denaro, molti soldi, ricchezza, ricchezze; (Econ) capitale
s. nome di grande rivista americana specializzata nel settore finanziario

English → Polish - money

n. pieniądze, pieniądz, pieniążek, grosiwo, fundusz

English → Portuguese - money

s. dinheiro
s. "Money", revista americana popular focalizada nos assuntos de finanças e economia

English → Romanian - money

n. bani, sumă: sume de bani

English → Russian - money

с. деньги, богатство, денежные суммы, монетные валюты, монетные системы, выигрыш на скачках

English → Turkish - money

i. mangır, para, nakit, tıkır [arg.]

English → Ukrainian - money

n. гроші, монетний: монетна система валюти, сума: грошові суми, копійка, монета

English → Dutch - money

zn. geld
zn. alom bekend financieel dagblad "Money"

English → Greek - money

ουσ. χρήμα, χρήματα, λεφτά, παραδάκι, παράς

English → Arabic - money

‏عملة، مال نقود، سيولة، فلوس، الثروة المقدرة بالعملة، المجلي، المصلي، نقد‏

English → Chinese - money

(名) 金钱, 财富, 一笔款

English → Chinese - money

(名) 金錢, 財富, 一筆款

English → Hindi - money

n. रुपये, मुद्रा, धन, माल, सरकारी के नोट, संपत्ति

English → Japanese - money

(名) 金, 金銭; 貨幣; 財産; 収入; 通貨; 紙幣; 硬貨
(名) マニー, 米国の大手金融雑誌

English → Korean - money

명. 화폐, 돈; 거래 수단; 부, 재산
명. 머니, 미국의 경제 잡지

English → Vietnamese - money

n. tiền, tiền tệ, tiền bạc, tiền của, tiền vốn

Definition of money

1. A legally or socially binding conceptual contract of entitlement to wealth, void of intrinsic value, payable for all debts and taxes, and regulated in supply.
2. A generally accepted means of exchange and measure of value.
Before colonial times cowry shells imported from Mauritius were used as money in Western Africa.
3. A currency maintained by a state or other entity which can guarantee its value (such as a monetary union).
4. Hard cash in the form of banknotes and coins, as opposed to cheques/checks, credit cards, or credit more generally.
5. The total value of liquid assets available for an individual or other economic unit, such as cash and bank deposits.
6. Wealth.
He was born with money.
7. An item of value between two parties used for the exchange of goods or services.
8. A person who funds an operation.
9. Of or pertaining to money; monetary.
Money supply;  money market
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