tranched

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

French trancher (to cut, to slice up).

Adjective[edit]

tranched

  1. (finance) Divided, portioned or partitioned. To be divided into tranches.
    Tranched funding can be an effective means of enforcing performance targets.
    Source: Agriculture Investment Sourcebook

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