- war chest
- War chestA war chest is a fund that can be used to finance a campaign like and election or for use in emergencies or unexpected times of difficulty.
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war chest — n informal 1.) the money that a government has available to spend on war 2.) the money that a politician or organization has available to spend on achieving something ▪ The government s huge war chest could be used to improve transport in time… … Dictionary of contemporary English
war chest — war chests N COUNT A war chest is a fund to finance a project such as a political campaign. Governor Caperton has the largest campaign war chest … English dictionary
war chest — ► NOUN ▪ a reserve of funds used for fighting a war … English terms dictionary
war chest — war ,chest noun count MAINLY JOURNALISM money that a political party or a business has available to spend on something such as an election CAMPAIGN or a business deal … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
war chest — war′ chest n. money set aside for a particular purpose, as a political campaign • Etymology: 1900–05, amer … From formal English to slang
war chest — ☆ war chest n. a fund, as of contributions from individuals, created for a particular purpose, as a political campaign … English World dictionary
war chest — noun a fund accumulated to finance a war (or a political campaign) • Topics: ↑politics, ↑political science, ↑government • Hypernyms: ↑fund, ↑monetary fund * * * noun : a fund accumulated to finance a war; … Useful english dictionary
war chest — Cash kept aside for a takeover or for defense against a takeover bid. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * war chest ˈwar chest noun [countable usually singular] JOURNALISM FINANCE a large amount of money that a company has in its … Financial and business terms
War chest — In business, a war chest is a stash of money set aside to deal with unexpected changes in the business environment, or to use when expansion possibilities arise. The term originates with the medieval practice of having a chest, literally, filled… … Wikipedia
war chest — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms war chest : singular war chest plural war chests mainly journalism money that a political party or a business has available to spend on something such as an election campaign or a business deal … English dictionary