from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun Money that is moved by its owner quickly from one form of investment to another, as to take advantage of changing international exchange rates or gain high short-term returns on investments.
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- noun money, or other
financial instruments, that move regularly between different marketsin search of the best interest rates
stolen currencythat can be easily tracedvia serial numbers
- noun the largest
totalof money stakedon a race etc
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