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uk   us   /ˈkɒfər/
[C] a large ​strongbox in which ​money or ​valuableobjects are ​kept
coffers [plural]
FINANCE the ​money that an ​organization has in its ​bankaccounts and ​available to ​spend: government/​party coffers With the ​increasedrevenue coming to the state's coffers, ​hiringfreezes can now be ​lifted.
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