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Definition of "pooled" []

  • Any communal combination of resources, funds, etc (noun)
  • The combined stakes of the betters in many gambling sports or games; kitty (noun)
  • A group of producers who conspire to establish and maintain output levels and high prices, each member of the group being allocated a maximum quota; price ring (noun)
  • A joint fund organized by security-holders for speculative or manipulative purposes on financial markets (noun)
  • The persons or parties involved in such a combination (noun)
  • Any of various billiard games in which the object is to pot all the balls with the cue ball, esp that played with 15 coloured and numbered balls; pocket billiards (noun)
  • To combine (investments, money, interests, etc) into a common fund, as for a joint enterprise (verb)
  • To organize a pool of (enterprises) (verb)
  • To inform on or incriminate (someone) (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of pool. (verb)

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Use "pooled" in a sentence
  • "Unlike other countries emerging from conflict, such as Sierra Leone and Rwanda, there are no long-term pooled funding commitments in place, which makes any strategic planning difficult."
  • "Rather, it appears to have been created or pooled from a larger list of registered voters."
  • "In early June, federal and state agencies again pooled resources -- 30 million pesos total for 2004 -- to initiate a long-term aquatic weed control program for Lake Chapala."