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bankroll in Business topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbankrollbank‧roll1 /ˈbæŋkrəʊl $ -roʊl/ verb [transitive] informal  BMONEYto provide the money that someone needs for a business, a plan etc syn finance a software company bankrolled by the Samsung Group→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
bankrollThere was plenty of expansion to bankroll.The competition is being bankrolled by a New York businessman and computer enthusiast.The company is bankrolled by a Swiss investor.From 1981, Friends Provident also pumped money into the business, bankrolling its expansion until it was floated in 1985.Ed Bass, a millionaire from Texas, bankrolled the Biosphere project.And we were like bankrolling this entire archaeological dig, you know, the two of us, basically.