[ UK /tɹˈɑːnt‍ʃ/ ]
[ US /ˈtɹæntʃ/ ]
  1. a portion of something (especially money)
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How To Use tranche In A Sentence

  • We had planned to spend the Bank Holiday weekend in Italy paying the next tranche of money and finalising the layout of sanitary ware in the bath room.
  • Failure to approve them in a vote this week could block the next tranche of €3 billion from international creditors. Times, Sunday Times
  • When the rate changes or the principle changes or the homeowner defaults, the tranche is removed from the bond, thus lowering it’s value. Matthew Yglesias » Maybe Geithner Knows What He’s Doing
  • Déjà un nombre considérable de tranches s'étaient succédé dans l'estomac complaisant de ce nouveau Gargantua, quand on vint lui annoncer que la cavalerie de Henri IV, emportée par sa folle audace, s'était engagée dans un taillis inextricable. French Conversation and Composition
  • A manager who improved in this second tranche and the first might be one that made a real difference. Times, Sunday Times
  • I use the word tranche all the time :-) In fact, last week I was and still am) extremely worried about certain tranches. Palpatinian tranche.
  • Already, over 100 beds have been released as a result of the first tranche, which is an additional £4 million in funding. Archive 2003-11-01
  • Amid the most infernal roar of every kind of fire-arms, and through an atmosphere heavy with dust and smoke, we marched up through the 'boyaux' to the 'tranchees de depart'. Poems
  • A number of directors have purchased tranches of the shares to maintain their proportionate interests in the enlarged share capital.
  • The first is complexity: where an asset is made up from tranches of other assets, the problem is squared or cubed. Times, Sunday Times
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