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capital reservenoun [C, usually plural]

uk   us   ACCOUNTING, FINANCE
an amount of money that a company or organization keeps in a special account for future needs: A lack of capital reserves and operating experience have made the casino project unattractive to lenders. The city has about $23 million in a capital reserve account.
(also undistributable reserve, also non-distributable reserve) the part of a company's profits, produced, for example, by an increase in the value of its assets, that it keeps as capital, and that cannot be given to shareholders as dividends
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