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lucre

lucre - Dictionary definition and meaning for word lucre

Definition
(noun) informal terms for money
Definition
(noun) the excess of revenues over outlays in a given period of time (including depreciation and other non-cash expenses)
Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for lucre

Pronounce it as 'Locker'.and Lockers in banks store money.
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by saikiran

Lucre = lucrative = profitable
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by jay_gandhi

'LUCK" people with luck have lucre.
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by amit251285

Luc(LUCK)+re(RUPEES)…..Because of his 'LUCK" he won a huge amount of RUPEES as prize MONEY..
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by lebshah

lucre=LUCk+gRE..ASTROLOGER:"Your LUCky time is going on....so give gRE as soon as possible...you will definitely go to US for MS and then earn a lot of MONEY!!!"....:)
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by verbal800

LUCRE=LUCKY + GRE...anyone who is lucky in GRE will get more marks and hence get more MONEY than others in future....:)
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by verbal800

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