from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of fund.
- n. The action of the verb fund.
- n. Money provided as funds.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Providing a fund for the payment of the interest or principal of a debt.
- adj. Investing in the public funds.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or process of converting a floating debt into a funded debt. see fund, transitive verb, and debt.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. financial resources provided to make some project possible
- n. the act of financing
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Twitter closes in on $100m of new funding$ - Twitter, the fast-growing microblogging site, is close to a deal to secure as much as $100 million of new funding, valuing the company at $1 billion.
Morgan Stanley estimated Europe's leading banks have issued about 90 percent of their term funding needs for this year on average, and have significant liquidity pools and European Central Bank funds to help.
If private funding is insufficient for the total project costs, then obviously it would be necessary to obtain the rest of the funding from the government if the project is to be fully funded.
Xobni, which is building a social email platform by plugging into existing platforms such as Microsoft Outlook, has raised another C$3 million $3.2 million in funding from the BlackBerry Partners Fund, taking its Series B total to $10 million.
"This boost in funding is great news for Nevada homeowners who are still struggling to stay in their homes," Reid exclaimed.
One would also have to consider we've already built roads everywhere so even parity in funding is simply not enough going forward.
The Paris-based company previously raised $6.5 million in funding from the same investors in 2007.
Known for its wetlands and salt deposits (Yangcheng literally translates as “salt city”), the city received over US$2 million in funding from the central government and Asian Development Bank in 2007 to restore and protect its wetlands.
International Medical Corps Program "Saving the Lives of Malnourished Children" has been chosen as one of 25 projects eligible for receiving up to 1.5 million dollars in funding from the American Express Members Projects.
The effort, which has $375million in funding, is focused on plumbing the structures of woods and grasses and learning how various creatures break them down; genetic modifications, scientists hope, could then enable us to make cheaper fuels.