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capital

noun [U] (MONEY)     /ˈkæp.ɪ.təl/ US  /-t̬əl/
money and possessions, especially a large amount of money used for producing more wealth or for starting a new business 资本,资金;本钱 She leaves her capital untouched in the bank and lives off the interest. 她不动用银行里的本金,靠利息生活。 We've put £20 000 capital into the business, but we're unlikely to see any return for a few years. 我们在生意上投入了两万英镑,但很可能会在几年内看不到任何回报。 AccountingSavings, interest and capitalGeneral words for amounts of moneyLarge amounts of moneySmall amounts of money
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