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slush fund

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishslush fundˈslush fund noun [countable]  MONEYan amount of money kept for dishonest purposes, especially in politics
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slush fundThey claim the expulsions were a cover-up bid after they tried to expose a slush fund run by crooked officials.It also stated that Stans maintained a secret slush fund of cash in his office totaling at least $ 350,000.
From Longman Business Dictionaryslush fundˈslush fund [countable] informal disapproving FINANCELAWa fund of money obtained secretly and illegally and used for illegal purposesHe operated an $18 million slush fund intended to corrupt Pentagon officials. fund
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