- pecuniary resources
- See pecuniary condition.
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
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pecuniary resources — index assets, capital, cash, possessions, property (possessions) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
resources — Synonyms and related words: Swiss bank account, ability, assessed valuation, assets, assets and liabilities, available means, balance, bank account, bottom dollar, budget, capacity, capital, capital goods, capitalization, cash reserves, checking… … Moby Thesaurus
Pecuniary externality — A pecuniary externality is an externality which operates through prices rather than through real resource effects. For example, an influx of city dwellers buying second homes in a rural area can drive up house prices, making it difficult for… … Wikipedia
resources — n. pl. Money, wealth, funds, pecuniary means, supplies, available means … New dictionary of synonyms
means — /minz / (say meenz) plural noun 1. (often construed as singular) an agency, instrumentality, method, etc., used to attain an end: a means of communication. 2. disposable resources, especially pecuniary resources: the business now has the means to … Australian English dictionary
fund — /fund/, n. 1. a supply of money or pecuniary resources, as for some purpose: a fund for his education; a retirement fund. 2. supply; stock: a fund of knowledge; a fund of jewels. 3. funds, money immediately available; pecuniary resources: to be… … Universalium
pocket — Synonyms and related words: CAT, Swiss bank account, abstract, acquire, aerospace, aerosphere, air hole, air pocket, airspace, alveolation, alveolus, antrum, appropriate, area, armpit, assets, baby, baby sized, bag, balance, balloon, bank account … Moby Thesaurus
fund — /fʌnd / (say fund) noun 1. a stock of money or pecuniary resources. 2. a store or stock of something, now often of something immaterial: a fund of knowledge. 3. an organisation which manages money invested for a particular purpose, such as… … Australian English dictionary
property — prop·er·ty n pl ties [Anglo French propreté proprieté, from Latin proprietat proprietas, from proprius own, particular] 1: something (as an interest, money, or land) that is owned or possessed see also asset, estate, interest … Law dictionary
fund — I. noun Etymology: Latin fundus bottom, country estate more at bottom Date: 1694 1. a. a sum of money or other resources whose principal or interest is set apart for a specific objective b. money on deposit on which checks or drafts can be drawn… … New Collegiate Dictionary