leveraged, leverages, leveraging
The mechanical advantage of a lever.
The increased force resulting from this.
Positional advantage; power to act effectively.
Power to effect change; specif., strategic means of accomplishing some purpose.
To provide (a company) with leverage.
To borrow against (one's assets) in order to speculate.
To supplement (money, for example) with leverage.
To increase the debt of (a business) in this way.
A firm that is heavily leveraged.
Origin of Leverage
lever +"Ž -age
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