|incur as expense, raise on flagpole, sew||run up|
|(Nautical) haul with a tackle (also spelled bowse), raise something||bouse|
|A lack of equivalence between two things, such as the unequal tax treatment of interest expense and dividend payments.||Asymmetry|
|A legal "person" that is separate and distinct from its owners. A corporation is allowed to own assets, incur liabilities, and sell securities, among other things.||Corporation|
|A non-cash expense that provides a source of free cash flow. Amount allocated during the period to amortize the cost of acquiring long term assets over the useful life of the assets.||Depreciation|
|ability to use voice, expressed opinion, form of verbs, pronounce something using the vocal cords, raise an opinion; adjust the tone of, regulate the tone of an organ, representative expression, right to state opinion, singer, singing part, sound like ...||voice|
|accommodation for the poor, place for indigent people to stay at public expense||poorhouse|
|act of paying back, repayment; compensation for a loss, repayment for an expense||reimbursement|
|act of saluting, firing guns as military honor, formally praise or honor somebody, gesture of respect, give formal sign of respect, greet somebody, raise the right hand to the right side of the forehead (as a sign of respect or acknowledgement); honor ...||salute|
|action to relieve itching, assembled hastily, cancel something, cause itching, delete something, done randomly, drag something along surface, for jotted notes, handicap of zero, incur penalty, just get by, make fluke shot, make harsh noise, make mark i...||scratch|
|add something to raise a surface level, become abundant, choose somebody, close up a hole, cover a blank area, enough to make a container full, hold office, improvised music, make somebody feel something powerfully, make something full or become full, ...||fill|
|adopt a posture, ask, baffle, be pretentious, impersonate, position, stance, present, pretense, stand in a posture; raise, put forth (a question); impersonate; display||pose|
|adore, idolize, worship, glorify, venerate, raise to the level of a deity, make divine||deify|
|adverse effect, be harmed, cause harm, cause injury, cost, harm or injury, harm; (Slang) expense, cost (e.g., "What is the damage for the drinks we had at the bar?"), money paid as compensation||damage|
|advertising campaign, assist by pushing or lifting, encouragement, improve something, increase in something, increase something, push or lift from below, shove; raising, lift; incentive, raise voltage in something, raise; push; urge, shoplift, vigorous...||boost|
|alert, become or make rigid, construct, draw figure on base, establish, firm and rigid, put together, raise, build, set up, right side up, set upright, straight and vertical, straight up||erect|
|ammunition box, coffer, float to raise ships, horse-drawn vehicle, underwater work chamber, water block, watertight chamber for working underwater; ammunition cart||caisson|
|amusing occasion, expense-paid trip, have expense-paid trip, hold party, pleasure trip, excursion, picnic, outing; sweetened curdled milk (eaten as a dessert); official trip paid for by the government, set milk dessert, take a pleasure trip; host a pic...||junket|
|animal which can be ridden; vehicle which can be mounted; pedestal; riding; ascending, act of mounting; placing; frame; mountain, hill (used only as a title in the name of a mountain, i.e. Mount Hermon), climb up, ascend; raise; ride; get up on; establ...||mount|
|appear brighter or make something brighter, make or become greater, make or become higher, raise, elevate; increase, intensify, enhance; grow||heighten|
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