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English definition of “seed”

seed

noun [U]     /siːd/ FINANCE
(UK also seedcorn) money used to start a new company , business , activity , etc. as an investment : seed capital/funding/money The conference is aimed at entrepreneurs looking for seed capital for new business ventures .
(Definition of seed noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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