grubstake definition

  • noun:
    • materials or funds higher level to a mining prospector or a person starting a business in substitution for a promised share associated with earnings.
    • Money, materials, tools, food etc. provided to a prospector in return for a share in the future earnings
    • An amount of cash higher level to some one beginning a small business in return for a share for the future profits
    • Money, requirements stockpiled to sustain an endeavor for some time.
    • resources higher level to a prospector or even some one beginning a business in return for a share of profits
  • verb-transitive:
    • To supply with resources in substitution for a promised share of profits.
  • verb:
    • to produce these types of resources to.
    • supply with funds in substitution for a promised share of profits
  • others:
    • to suit down or provide with appliances, etc., for some procedure or undertaking, on problem of sharing inside profits. See grub-stake, n.

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