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  • coffers — cof‧fers [ˈkɒfəz ǁ ˈkɒːfərz, ˈkɑː ] noun [plural] the money that an organization, government etc has available to spend: • The UK market has only been contributing £15,000 a month to the company s coffers. • Increased spending has drained… …   Financial and business terms

  • coffers — (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. treasury, funds, finances, capital, means, assets, reserves. see money, bank …   English dictionary for students

  • coffers — cof·fer || kÉ’fÉ™ n. treasure chest; treasury; strongbox v. store in a chest …   English contemporary dictionary

  • coffers — the funds or financial reserves of an institution. → coffer …   English new terms dictionary

  • coffers — [ˈkɒfərz] noun [plural] the supply of money that an organization has available to spend …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • swell someone's coffers — swell someone’s coffers phrase to increase the amount of money that an organization has Thesaurus: to earn or to get moneysynonym Main entry: swell …   Useful english dictionary

  • swell someone's coffers — to increase the amount of money that an organization has …   English dictionary

  • scoffer — coffers …   Anagrams dictionary

  • Wood-Carving — • Discusses the branch of wood carving dealing with artistic objects, belonging either to plastic (as statues, crucifixes, and similar carvings), or to industrial art (as arabesques and rosettes), and which serve mainly for the ornamentation of… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • coffer — cofferlike, adj. /kaw feuhr, kof euhr/, n. 1. a box or chest, esp. one for valuables. 2. coffers, a treasury; funds: The coffers of the organization were rapidly filled by the contributions. 3. any of various boxlike enclosures, as a cofferdam. 4 …   Universalium

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