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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.
Translations of “seed”
in Korean 씨앗…
in Arabic بِذْرة…
in French graine, germe, tête de série…
in Turkish tohum, çekirdek…
in Italian seme…
in Chinese (Traditional) 植物, 種子, 根源…
in Russian семечко…
in Polish nasienie, ziarno…
in Spanish semilla, pizca, punta…
in Portuguese semente…
in German der Samen, der Keim, gesetzt…
in Catalan llavor…
in Japanese 種, 種子…
in Chinese (Simplified) 植物, 种子, 根源…
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