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tranchenoun [C]

uk   us   /trɑːntʃ/
specialized finance & economics one of several ​parts of a ​financialarrangement, ​payment, ​amount, etc.: Next ​month, they will ​sell a ​further tranche of ​sharesworth up to €500 million.
(Definition of tranche from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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tranchenoun [C]

uk   us   /trɑːnʃ/ FINANCE
one of the ​parts into which a particular ​financialarrangement, ​payment, ​investment, etc. is ​divided: The ​oilcompany will ​pay $2.4 ​billion in ​cash up ​front, with three ​annual tranches of $1.25 ​billion to come. They will ​follow up last year's ​initialpublicoffering with the ​sale of a further tranche of ​sharesworth up to €500m.
(Definition of tranche from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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