savings

[ US /ˈseɪvɪŋz/ ]
[ UK /sˈe‍ɪvɪŋz/ ]
NOUN
  1. a fund of money put by as a reserve
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How To Use savings In A Sentence

  • I'd like to withdraw 1000 dollars from my savings account and put it in my check account.
  • Apart from intense competition in the retail savings market, banks and building societies also compete strongly in the market for house finance.
  • There are still substantial savings out of the machinery of government. The Sun
  • Such techniques are not available to middle-class families with modest savings, or to small business owners holding long-term capital gains.
  • Of course, daylight savings time will never go away, because modern environmentalism has become more a matter of making empty feel-good gestures than performing rational acts that actually improve something. Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » It Seems I Was Right About Daylight Savings Time
  • Social services for the proles are provided either by the individual prole, through savings after taxes, through families, or through churches.
  • The study found that only 36 percent of teens know how to open a savings account, and even less know how to balance a checkbook.
  • We took out a loan for the car because we didn't want to dip into our savings.
  • Furthermore, those charged with supervising the company on our behalf and protecting our savings were either incapable or unable to force the insurer to live in the real world.
  • The acronym stands for individual savings account and most people think of them as just that. Times, Sunday Times
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