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hoard

noun [C]
 
 
/hɔːd/
ECONOMICS, FINANCE a large amount of money or objects that someone has collected, sometimes secretly: They found a hoard of dollar bills in the suspect's attic. The company has a vast cash hoard that just keeps on growing.
Translations of “hoard”
in Spanish provisión…
in Korean 비축물…
in Arabic كَنز…
in Portuguese acúmulo…
in French réserve…
in German der Vorrat…
in Catalan munt (amagat)…
in Japanese 貯蔵品, 退蔵品…
in Italian bottino, provvista…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大量儲藏和積存的物品…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大量储藏和积存的物品…
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