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revenue bondnoun [C]

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FINANCE in the US, a ​type of ​bond used to get ​money for a ​publicproject, such as ​building a road or school. The ​bond is ​paid back with ​money received from ​users of the road, etc. when it is ​finished: The county will ​fund the ​project through a 20-year ​revenuebond.
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