Noun(1) a roll of currency notes (often taken as the resources of a person or business etc.
Verb(1) provide with sufficient funds; finance
(1) Unions represent hundreds of thousands of Scots and have long helped bankroll Labour election campaigns.(2) The extent to which the US would help bankroll this option is unclear.(3) But private-equity funds, flush with an estimated $200 billion bankroll , could buy such companies without riling the watchdogs.(4) For Dean, the first question was financial: how to raise the funds to compete against a popular sitting president with a bankroll bigger than a Powerball jackpot.(5) So, they're also buying up a ton of patents with a $350 million bankroll .(6) This thin house requires a bankroll that's fairly fat.(7) In a tournament, bets like this deplete a limited bankroll .(8) My bankroll expired faster than expected, because I found some mint-condition 1893 World's Fair postcards.(9) Some could argue that Jonas Salk could not have cured polio without the large bankroll he was handed in the 1950s by the American government, and that everyone is better off for it.(10) Even if you haven't met ‘the one,’ you'll judge your soul mate by the love letters, roses, and foot massages - not the size of their bankroll .(11) On the other hand, does corporate sponsorship bankroll some cool sport/cultural events that would not otherwise occur?(12) First, players frequently get panicky when they're betting more per than their bankroll really allows.(13) Bars and restaurants along First Avenue can pretty much bankroll their entire operations on weekend nights.(14) That helps bankroll research in new niches, such as high-power microwave devices that can defuse explosives by frying their circuits.(15) The project includes South African film company Unital Films International, which has helped bankroll several movies.(16) Returning to the motel that they share with the twins, Max and Linda steal the strippers' bankroll and head back on the road.
(1) bankroll :: バンクロール
1. roll ::
2. finance ::
3. pay for ::
4. fund ::
5. subsidize ::
6. invest in ::
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