|share out||parcel out|
|(in Economics) nickname for stocks of a company that is considered stable and profitable and has a relatively high price per share; something of high quality and expensive; blue token that has a high value (in poker games), poker chip, valuable asset o...||blue chip|
|(Law) of or pertaining to champerty (act of promoting the suit of a plaintiff or defendant in return for a share of the proceeds of the case)||champertous|
|A group of companies that cooperate and share resources in order to achieve a common objective.||Consortium|
|accommodations, compartment of space marked off by walls within a building; space, two- or three-dimensional area, occupy a room, lodge, dwell, part of a building, people in a room, scope, share living quarters with somebody, usable space||room|
|act of breaking apart, act of splitting; breach between people; share, portion; dessert of ice cream topped with fruit and other toppings; half pint, affect violently, arrangement of standing bowling pins, broken, burst, crack, depart, disunited, divid...||split|
|act of promoting the suit of a plaintiff or defendant in return for a share of the proceeds of the case (Law), agreement to finance or aid litigation||champerty|
|add extra charge to insurance premium, amount carried in one trip, amount of drawn electrical power, charge added to mutual share price, device drawing electrical power, fill, burden, pack (with goods, cargo, etc.); overload, supply with an overly larg...||load|
|advance for starting up business, advance money to, advance payment, money advanced to prospector, provide assistance (monetary or otherwise) in return for a share in profits, stake||grubstake|
|affected or involved, curious or concerned, fascinated; concerned, involved; having a share or stake in something; motivated by self-interest, wanting something||interested|
|agreeable or safe, caring, compassionate, essence of something, generous, gentle, good-hearted, benevolent; understanding, group of individuals that share features, loving, something inferior, type, sort, class, breed, group of things which are classed...||kind|
|allied, connect things in mind, connected person, form an association, holder of degree, join as partner, member, colleague, confederate, companion, partner; fellow worker; friend, secondary, share company; connect; unite; be a partner; link a specific...||associate|
|allotting of something, share, portion; lot in life;(British) small piece of land; garden, something allotted||allotment|
|allow to share, interrupt, join middle of line, join traffic dangerously, mix fat with flour, partner somebody already dancing, start to operate||cut in|
|American Depository Share||ADS|
|ancient Roman joint government of three leaders (Roman History); three people that share joint administrative powers; any group of three, position of sharing power, Roman committee of three rulers, rule by a group of three, term of office of shared pow...||triumvirate|
|attempt at something, blow, hard hit; jolting experience (Slang); part, piece (Slang); proper functioning (Slang), cut or chop something, hit with a loud sharp blow, share of something, sound of a sharp blow, whip, hit hard; try, attempt (Slang); share...||whack|
|be a close friend, associate intimately, be friends, cheap trinkets, chum salmon, fish bait, buddy (Slang), go with, share room with somebody, use fish chum, way of addressing man||chum|
|be understood, decipher a meaning, enter or pass through something, get a share of a market, infiltrate a group, insert the penis, pass into, pierce; permeate; understand, comprehend, see into something, spread through something||penetrate|
|believe others share a mental life, communicate something, direct an image onto surface, draw a projection of a figure, estimate, housing project, imagine something, make the voice audible, plan, scheme, program; task, assignment, activity, scheme; sen...||project|
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