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in funds

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin fundsin fundsformalMONEY having enough money to do something fund
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in fundsThat contract now covers about $ 93 billion in funds.It seems that many buildings will soon become unsafe unless there is a big increase in funds available for much-needed work.The joint venture would manage a total of $ 150 million in funds.Hatton had been ill and at that time apparently not in funds.Prudential manages more than 76 billion pounds in funds.They're invariably punctual, because one of their men works there and has been put in funds in advance.Your premiums buy units in funds invested on the stock market.One solution, of course, providing he was in funds, was to employ a model.
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