- v. present participle of leverage.
- n. investing with borrowed money as a way to amplify potential gains (at the risk of greater losses)
“Avoiding the word "leveraging," he said work is under way to scale up the fund's capacity without requiring each country to chip in more.”
“Instead of just using e-mail and instant messaging, companies will begin leveraging social networking-like capabilities to collaborate with their colleagues.”
“Finally, as the rare earths contretemps has made abundantly clear, we must acknowledge with great urgency that China is growing more confident in leveraging its economic power through its growing military might, in order to advance its broad strategic interests and regional expansion objectives.”
“The housing office, the resolution says, has “a unique focus on housing finance and housing policy and is a national leader in leveraging local dollars to yield housing for seniors, disabled people, the very poor, working poor, and people transitioning out of chronic homelessness.””
“They have led the way in leveraging the information they gather; information that is submitted for free from its users, of course.”
“If Hollywood can succeed in leveraging new media channels toward that goal, ancillary revenue streams — whether through conventional or high-definition DVDs, download or streaming services — will fall into place.”
“Evidence of their success in leveraging the broad appeal of casual games is starting to filter through, notably in the following blog posts.”
“Financial-aid leveraging is the enrollment manager's secret weapon.”
“We believe in leveraging our capabilities in the following ways to assist your company's growth in the Chinese market:”
“Tonight, we've got two giants in the tech world meeting face-to-face, a shack with a radio in the name leveraging the possibilities of a sale, a hotel that's got some wheels, and finally a computer that's got a graphics card in it that may make your heart skip a beat.”
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