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treas·ur·y

 (trĕzh′ə-rē)
n. pl. treas·ur·ies
1. A place in which treasure is kept.
2.
a. A place in which private or public funds are received, kept, managed, and disbursed.
b. Such funds or revenues.
3. A collection of literary or artistic treasures: a treasury of English verse.
4. Treasury
a. The department of a government in charge of the collection, management, and expenditure of the public revenue.
b. A debt security, such as a bond, issued by the US Treasury.

[Middle English tresorie, from Old French, from tresor, treasure; see treasure.]

treasury

(ˈtrɛʒərɪ)
n, pl -uries
1. a storage place for treasure
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the revenues or funds of a government, private organization, or individual
3. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a place where funds are kept and disbursed
4. Also: treasure house a collection or source of valuable items: a treasury of information.
[C13: from Old French tresorie, from tresor treasure]

Treasury

(ˈtrɛʒərɪ)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in various countries) the government department in charge of finance. In Britain the Treasury is also responsible for economic strategy

treas•ur•y

(ˈtrɛʒ ə ri)

n., pl. -ur•ies.
1. a place where the funds of the government, a corporation, etc., are kept and disbursed.
2. funds or revenue of a government, public or private corporation, etc.
3. (cap.) the department of government that has control over the collection, management, and disbursement of the public revenue.
4. a building, room, chest, or other place for the preservation of valuable objects.
5. a collection or supply of highly prized writings, works of art, etc.
[1250–1300; Middle English tresorie < Old French. See treasure, -y3]

Treasury

 a collection of valued things, of ten of wit, poems, or quotations.
Examples: great treasury of language, 1879; rich treasury of God’s word, 1673; treasury of divine knowledge, 1772.

Treasury

A government department that is responsible for collecting, managing, and spending public revenue.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.treasury - the funds of a government or institution or individualtreasury - the funds of a government or institution or individual
public treasury, till, trough - a treasury for government funds
bursary - the treasury of a public institution or religious order
subtreasury - a subordinate treasury or place of deposit
fisc - a state treasury or exchequer or a royal treasury; originally the public treasury of Rome or the emperor's private purse
2.treasury - the government department responsible for collecting and managing and spending public revenuestreasury - the government department responsible for collecting and managing and spending public revenues
government department - a department of government
3.treasury - negotiable debt obligations of the United States government which guarantees that interest and principal payments will be paid on timeTreasury - negotiable debt obligations of the United States government which guarantees that interest and principal payments will be paid on time
government bond - a bond that is an IOU of the United States Treasury; considered the safest security in the investment world
T-bill, Treasury bill - a short-term obligation that is not interest-bearing (it is purchased at a discount); can be traded on a discount basis for 91 days
Treasury bond - a debt instrument with maturities of 10 years or longer
Treasury note - securities with maturities of 1 to 10 years; sold for cash or in exchange for maturing issues or at auction
4.treasury - the British cabinet minister responsible for economic strategyTreasury - the British cabinet minister responsible for economic strategy
British Cabinet - the senior ministers of the British government
cabinet minister - a person who is a member of the cabinet
5.treasury - the federal department that collects revenue and administers federal financesTreasury - the federal department that collects revenue and administers federal finances; the Treasury Department was created in 1789
U.S. Mint, United States Mint, US Mint - the mint that manufactures and distributes United States coins for circulation through Federal Reserve Banks; processes gold and silver bullion
executive department - a federal department in the executive branch of the government of the United States
Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, FinCEN - a law enforcement agency of the Treasury Department responsible for establishing and implementing policies to detect money laundering
ATF, Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms - the law enforcement and tax collection agency of the Treasury Department that enforces federal laws concerning alcohol and tobacco products and firearms and explosives and arson
Financial Management Service - the federal agency in the Treasury Department that manages the government's disbursement and collection systems and provides central accounting and financial reporting
Office of Intelligence Support, OIS - agency that oversees the intelligence relationships of the Treasury's offices and bureaus and provides a link between the Intelligence Community and officials responsible for international economic policy
Comptroller of the Currency - the agency of the Treasury Department responsible for controlling the currency
Bureau of Customs, Customs Bureau, Customs Service, USCB - the agency of the Treasury Department that enforces import tariffs
Bureau of Engraving and Printing - the agency of the Treasury Department that produces currency
Internal Revenue Service, IRS - the bureau of the Treasury Department responsible for tax collections
6.treasury - a depository (a room or building) where wealth and precious objects can be kept safelytreasury - a depository (a room or building) where wealth and precious objects can be kept safely
depositary, depository, repository, deposit - a facility where things can be deposited for storage or safekeeping

treasury

noun
1. funds, money, capital, finances, resources, assets, revenues, exchequer, coffers, wonga (slang) reconciling accounts with the central bank and its treasury
2. storehouse, bank, store, vault, hoard, cache, repository He had been compiling a treasury of jokes.
3. rich source, fund, mine, storehouse, repository, treasure house or trove These records are a treasury of information.
4. anthology, collection, digest, compilation, compendium, miscellany a treasury of stories for six year olds

treasury

noun
A place where one keeps one's valuables:
Translations
finančno ministrstvozakladnica

treasury

[ˈtreʒərɪ]
A. N
1. (Pol) the Treasuryla Secretaría de Hacienda
2. (fig) (= anthology) → antología f
B. CPD Treasury Bench N (Brit) (Pol) → banco m azul, banco m del gobierno
treasury bill, treasury bond N (US) → pagaré m del Tesoro, bono m del Tesoro
the Treasury Department N (US) (Pol) → la Secretaría de Hacienda
Treasury promissory note Npagaré m del Tesoro
Treasury stock N (Brit) → bonos mpl del Tesoro (US) → acciones fpl rescatadas
treasury warrant Nautorización f para pago de fondos públicos

treasury

[ˈtrɛʒəri] ntrésorerie f

Treasury

[ˈtrɛʒəri] Treasury Department (US) n
the Treasury (British)le Trésor (US)le Trésortreasury bill nbon m du Trésor

treasury

n
(Pol) the Treasury (Brit) the Treasury Department (US) → das Finanzministerium
(of society)Kasse f
(= anthology)Schatzkästlein nt, → Schatzgrube f

treasury

:
Treasury Bench
n (Brit) → Regierungsbank f(im Parlament)
Treasury bill
treasury bond
n (US) → Schatzobligation f
treasury note
n (US) → Schatzanweisung for -wechsel m

treasury

[ˈtrɛʒrɪ] n
a.tesoreria
the Treasury (Brit), the Treasury Department (Am) → il Ministero del Tesoro
b. (fig) → pozzo
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This household happiness did not come all at once, but John and Meg had found the key to it, and each year of Married life taught them how to use it, unlocking the treasuries of real home love and mutual helpfulness, which the poorest may possess, and the richest cannot buy.
But if these secret golden keys did seem to open in him his own secret golden treasuries, yet did his breath upon them prove but tarnishing.
Tax laws have in vain been multiplied; new methods to enforce the collection have in vain been tried; the public expectation has been uniformly disappointed, and the treasuries of the States have remained empty.
The poorest of all treasuries is the one with a surplus that it never uses; the mission of a minister of finance is to fling gold out of the windows.
Yes, I said; and men of this stamp will be covetous of money, like those who live in oligarchies; they will have, a fierce secret longing after gold and silver, which they will hoard in dark places, having magazines and treasuries of their own for the deposit and concealment of them; also castles which are just nests for their eggs, and in which they will spend large sums on their wives, or on any others whom they please.
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