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- another term for monetize
- ‘He often reminds listeners of Lerner's lessons on ‘functional finance,’ including the benefits of monetarizing a significant portion of the national debt.’
- ‘But I do think that to monetarize something is to lose sight of the true value of that thing.’
- ‘In this context, the movement towards monetarising intellectual property all around the world makes perfect sense.’
- ‘It is with great pleasure that I submit these modest proposals to leverage the brand, exploit synergies, capture market share and monetarize conversation.’
- ‘While we are called to be good stewards of the resources we have, it is dangerous to overly monetarize life experiences.’
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