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To earn or to get money

monetize

verb

to earn money from something, especially something on the Internet, such as a website or piece of software

earn

verb

to receive money for work that you do

earn

verb

to make a profit from business or from money that you have in the bank

recover

verb

to get money again that you invested or lost

cash in

to exchange something such as an insurance policy or share option for its value in money

claim back

to say that you want someone to give something, often money you have paid, back to you

appropriate

verb

to decide officially that money will be used for a particular purpose

recoup

verb

to get back money that you have invested or lost

amass

verb

to collect a lot of something such as money or information over a period of time

club together

if people club together, each of them gives some money so that all the money collected can be used to buy something

dark pool

a method of financial trading in which share prices are hidden and not openly available to the public

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bottom line

the amount of money that a business makes or loses

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