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Definition of seed money

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

Definitions include: the contract involved in an agreement.
Definitions include: acronym for "work from home" or "working from home".
Definitions include: acronym for "small office / home office".
Definitions include: a sales pitch.
Definitions include: pejorative term for a person involved in marketing.
Definitions include: clothing
Definitions include: McDonald's.
Definitions include: to hire a new employee or bring someone onto a team.
Definitions include: conventionally.
Definitions include: a female.
Definitions include: an organization.
Definitions include: "executive."
Definitions include: to play with a Hacky Sack (footbag.)
Definitions include: without any clothing covering the torso.
Definitions include: an unenthusiastic worker, especially in an office setting.

Other terms relating to 'money':

Definitions include: having three children in rapid succession (generally following the marriage of a young couple).
Definitions include: a $20 bag of marijuana.
Definitions include: one thousand dollars.
Definitions include: $2 Canadian coin.
Definitions include: money in general.
Definitions include: the main source of income for a business.
Definitions include: money.
Definitions include: money.
Definitions include: misspelling of "cheddar".
Definitions include: a very attractive person; "a perfect ten".
Definitions include: skins/skinheads.
Definitions include: money.
Definitions include: to have sexual intercourse.
Definitions include: to throw paper currency into the air above or near a group of people, so that they can grab it.
Definitions include: Money transferred directly from a band to a DJ, to bribe the DJ into playing their songs either on the radio or on a video channel.

Slang terms with the same root words

Other terms relating to 'money':

Definitions include: a small amount of money, usually no more than to buy a few groceries
Definitions include: money.
Definitions include: money earned or obtained illegally.
Definitions include: said of a competition or betting situation, the person who the speaker believes will obviously be the victor.
Definitions include: counterfeit money.
Definitions include: to be wealthy.
Definitions include: to make a lot of money.
Definitions include: suave; "hip", "cool".
Definitions include: a person focused on acquiring money.
Definitions include: buttocks.
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.

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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