Definitions

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  • n. an amount paid before it is earned

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Examples

  • But there was a caveat: in the first three years of the deal, the Holland Company could withdraw from the sale; in that event, their initial cash advance would become a loan, with the mortgaged land as security.

    Robert Morris

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