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Definition of seed money

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Other terms relating to 'business (related to)':

Definitions include: support.
Definitions include: a boss who is not knowledgeable about technical matters.
Definitions include: a fictional business report made popular by the film "Office Space" and used in the TV show "Lost."
Definitions include: a meeting.
Definitions include: acronym for "small office / home office".
Definitions include: the busy, hectic modern urban lifestyle.
Definitions include: "very".
Definitions include: a female.
Definitions include: press conference.
Definitions include: acronym for "another bloody cathedral" or "another bloody church".
Definitions include: a person's primary skill.
Definitions include: acronym for "patient fell over", a notation used by doctors in the UK on medical charts.
Definitions include: easy or unchallenging.
Definitions include: of an entire task, the easy portions.
Definitions include: an all-night period of awakedness to finish a task.

Other terms relating to 'money':

Definitions include: skins/skinheads.
Definitions include: acronym for "mother-in-law".
Definitions include: money.
Definitions include: money.
Definitions include: breasts.
Definitions include: in a betting situation, the option most likely to win.
Definitions include: an insignificant amount of money.
Definitions include: attractive, usually applying to a male.
Definitions include: money, dollars.
Definitions include: an expression of excitement or joy, used mostly by computer aficionados.
Definitions include: gossip, secret information.
Definitions include: worth 100,000 units of a currency to just below 1,000,000 units.
Definitions include: a ten-dollar bill.
Definitions include: money.
Definitions include: is where you get money for sittin' on your ass.

Slang terms with the same root words

Other terms relating to 'money':

Definitions include: money.
Definitions include: money earned or obtained illegally.
Definitions include: counterfeit money.
Definitions include: to be wealthy.
Definitions include: to make a lot of money.
Definitions include: hip, suave, cool.
Definitions include: a person focused on acquiring money.
Definitions include: the climax of a sex scene in pornography, especially when the man ejaculates on his sex partner's face.
Definitions include: see money shot.
Definitions include: to waste one's money.
Definitions include: to have a lot of money.
Definitions include: in a betting situation, the option most likely to win.
Definitions include: an excessive amount of money.
Definitions include: to spend (or waste) additional money after spending (or wasting) initial money.
Definitions include: acronym for "walking-around money".

Other terms relating to 'seed':

Definitions include: a poorly-behaved or immoral person, especially amongst good people.
Definitions include: semen.
Definitions include: semen.
Definitions include: to ejaculate semen into many women.

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