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Noun
/ˈfəndiNG/,
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Money provided, esp. by an organization or government, for a particular purpose,
  1. Money provided, esp. by an organization or government, for a particular purpose

  2. The action or practice of providing such money


  1. support: financial resources provided to make some project possible; "the foundation provided support for the experiment"
  2. financing: the act of financing
  3. (funded) furnished with funds; "well-funded research"
  4. (funds) assets in the form of money
  5. Funding is to provide resources, usually in form of money (Financing), or other values such as effort or time (sweat equity), for a project, a person, a business or any other private or public institutions. When a request for funding is made then fundraising is being attempted.
  6. The action of the verb fund; Money provided as funds
  7. (funds) Financial resources
  8. (Funded) A term indicating that the necessary funds and accounts are available to a specific project.
  9. (Funded) If your Envelope Spending Accounts have been funded, it means that you have deposited money into them from which you will do your spending for the month.
  10. (Funded) Pension schemes whereby pension contributions are paid into a fund which is invested and pensions are paid out of this pot.
  11. (Funded) This refers to a loan in which checks have been issued.
  12. (Funded) This term usually refers to beds/rooms/suites that are subsidized financially by the government. May be termed subsidized.
  13. (Funds) Any monies (including checks, drafts, or other instruments); any commitment to provide money; or any commitment of insurance that has been, or may be, provided under the guarantor’s programs to a borrower enrolled at and attending a participating school, or a borrower accepted for ...
  14. (Funds) Nickname for USD/CAD.
  15. (Funds) A supply of money or pecuniary resources immediately available.
  16. (936 funds) Funds deposited by United States-based corporations in the Government Development Bank of Puerto Rico in order to take advantage of Section 936 of the United States Internal Revenue Service Code, under which income derived from sources in Puerto Rico is exempted from United States ...
  17. ("funds") includes current coin, government or bank notes, bills of exchange, cheques, drafts, money orders, charge card sales slips, credit slips and electronic transfers;
  18. (FUNDS) Government securities purchased by investors to earn dividends.
  19. (FUNDS) [i.e., state, total, other] — As used for the general purposes of the budget summaries and schedules in this document, unless otherwise noted, refers to state revenues available or received. ...
  20. (Funds) A fund is a collective investment scheme where money is pooled, which is invested in a portfolio of securities with a common investment purpose.
  21. (Funds) A pool of money normally set apart for a purpose, for example, a pension fund to provide pensions.
  22. (Funds) Any form of tender (cash, checks, credit cards, ACH, debit cards, web checks, etc).
  23. (Funds) Generally, working capital or current assets - current liabilities. Sometimes used to refer to cash or to cash and marketable securities.
  24. (Funds) Generic term describing all funding sources which support state government and its activities.
  25. (Funds) Generically means the money immediately to hand for use. In the currency markets, it means the price of the Canadian dollar