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"the smart money" in British English

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the smart moneynoun [S]

uk   /ˈsmɑːt ˌmʌn.i/  us   /ˈsmɑːrt ˌmʌn.i/
money that is invested (= given to ​companieshoping to get more back) by ​experienced investors who ​know a lot about what they are doing: The ​smartmoney is coming back into ​mortgages as the ​bestinvestment now.
(Definition of the smart money from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"the smart money" in Business English

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the smart moneynoun [S]

uk   us  
FINANCE moneyinvested by ​people who take the ​right decisions to make a ​profit: The ​smartmoneymoved out of the ​propertymarket last ​year.
the smart money is on sth
a phrase used to say that something will probably ​happen: The ​smartmoney is on James for the new Director Finance ​post. The ​smartmoney is on the country remaining outside the Eurozone for the next decade.
(Definition of the smart money from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “the smart money”
in Chinese (Simplified) 老手投资的钱…
in Chinese (Traditional) 老手投資的錢…
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“the smart money” in Business English

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