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collateral
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Gone with the Wind
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as in: collateral evidence Define
accompanying or connected in some way, but less important
  • But as you and Frank have made a little money, I know you’ll never be driven to me again with any interesting propositions of loans and collaterals.

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  • In addition to the fingerprints, there was other collateral evidence.
  • In addition to short-term profitability, we need to consider numerous collateral issues that arise from outsourcing.

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unspecified meaning
  • What collateral will you give me?
  • I don’t like your collateral.

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  • But just now when you offered me your—er—collateral for my money you looked as hard as nails.
  • And I’ll lend it to you—without, my dear Mrs. Kennedy, that charming collateral you offered me a short while ago.
  • Collateral.
  • You of all people shouldn’t have to bother about collateral.

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as in: collateral for a loan Define
something of value pledged for the repayment of a loan
as in: collateral evidence Define
accompanying or connected in some way, but less important
as in: collateral damage in the battle Define
unintentional damage to life or property -- usually as a result of an act of war
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