Bankroll meaning

băngkrōl
To supply with money; finance.
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A supply of money; available funds.
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A roll of banknotes or other paper currency, carried in lieu of a wallet.

Phil kept his bankroll in his front pocket, as it made too much of a lump to sit on.

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To fund a project; to underwrite something.

Professor Stebbins didn't need to apply for government grants because his lab was bankrolled by a large pharmaceutical corporation.

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A roll of paper money.
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(informal) One's ready cash.
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To underwrite the expense of (a business venture, for example).
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The monetary assets of a person or organization.

Microsoft is a corporation with an extremely large bankroll.

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