dowry Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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dowry

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈdaʊri/ ( plural dowries)
FINANCE money or other assets in addition to the selling price that a company offers to another company it wants to buy: The buyers added a dowry of $500 million to get the firm's board to agree to the takeover.
Translations of “dowry”
in Vietnamese của hồi môn…
in Spanish dote…
in Thai สินเดิมก่อนสมรส (ของผู้หญิง)…
in Malaysian hantaran khawin…
in French dot…
in German die Mitgift…
in Chinese (Traditional) 嫁妝,陪嫁…
in Indonesian emas kawin…
in Russian приданое…
in Turkish (bazı kültürlerde kız tarafınca erkeğe verilen) para, çeyiz, drahoma…
in Chinese (Simplified) 嫁妆,陪嫁…
in Polish posag…
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