In economics, (1) Materials or equipment used to produce goods (e.g., tools, parts, inventory, buildings, fixtures, hours of training); or (2) money that is used in a business venture. Capital is created by saving, rather than consuming, economic output. Over time, saving accumulates into capital; it also depreciates.
The total amount of capital in an economy is very important in determining total output.
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Joe: I brought 4 cases of beer.
Nick: Capital.
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A given (usually high) amount of cash.
If you don't work them streets, that capital's gonna get peeled back.
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Object-vector that tells us the RADIAL orientation of an item-in-an-inventory-set.
Capital is a vector-value that tells us the direction of all IDENTICAL items in an inventory.
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A city denoted by a star on a map
In cartography, Bolivia is very important. It has 2 capitals, La Paz and Sucre. A gold star for Bolivia, or rather 2 gold stars for Bolivia.
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Capitalization is the difference between "I had to help my uncle Jack off a horse.." and "I had to help my uncle jack off a horse.."
I had to help my uncle Jack off a horse..
I had to help my uncle jack off a horse..
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