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n. Slang
Money; cash.

[Yiddish mazume, mezumen, cash, from Medieval Hebrew məzummān, fixed currency, from Mishnaic Hebrew, fixed, passive participle of zimmēn, to arrange, invite, from Hebrew zəmān, appointed time, from Aramaic zəmān, zəman, from Akkadian simānu, season, time, from wasāmu, asāmu, to be fitting; see wsm in Semitic roots.]


slang chiefly US money
[C20: from Yiddish]


(məˈzu mə)

Slang. money.
[1875–80; < Yiddish mezumen < Hebrew mezūmān set, fixed]
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Slang. Something, such as coins or printed bills, used as a medium of exchange:
Informal: wampum.
Chiefly British: brass.
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But don't forget to burn a few punk sticks in the joss house to the great god Mazuma from time to time.
We had people admitting they cried at Mazuma mobile adverts, people who cried because it was raining and they'd just straightened their hair.
Nancy Pierce is the retired president of Mazuma Credit Union (1988-2001).
The firm, based in St Paul's Square, specialises in TV and digital production of commercials for all media outlets and counts Amex Global Business Travel and Mazuma Mobile among its clients.
Phone recycling sites such as Mazuma Mobile are good, but you can usually make a bit more by selling it yourself on eBay or Gumtree.
Nera duomenu, pagal kuriuos butu galima spresti, ar visos minetosios gyvenvietes jau turejo miesto pozymiu, greiciausiai tik ju mazuma.
Mazuma Capital has completed a $15MM lease financing transaction for an international energy company.
BUSINESS accountancy service Mazuma has been named as a national champion in the European Business Awards.
gt; tuo paciu metu bando prabilti bent i du gyventoju sluoksnius: i architektus--nedidele suinteresuota mazuma, kuriai rupi specifines architekturos problemos, ir i placiaja visuomene bei vietos gyventojus, kuriems svarbus patogumas ir tradicine statyba bei gyvensena" (Dzhenks 1985).
com)-- Mazuma Capital is pleased to announce the hiring of Todd K.
Trade-in site Mazuma Mobile, for example, says it has paid out more than pounds 100million in the UK since 2007 and has recently started accepting tablet computers as well as mobile phones.
Asda is pledging not to be beaten on prices by similar services run by Tesco, Boots, Sainsbury's, Mazuma and Envirofone.