advertising/investment/tax, etc. dollars


advertising/investment/tax, etc. dollars
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advertising/investment/tax, etc. dollars
COMMERCE, FINANCE dollars that come from or are spent on a particular activity: »

Analysts predict there will not be enough advertising dollars for every online company.

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Congressional Democrats pledged to find more research dollars for clean energy.

Main Entry: dollar
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tax dollars UK US noun [plural] US TAX
money collected in taxes, often used to talk about government spending: federal/local/state tax dollars »

The campaign was funded largely through local tax dollars.

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The sign at the construction site reads, ""Your Tax Dollars At Work"".


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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