Dollar [noun]

Definition of Dollar:

paper money

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Sentence/Example of Dollar:

Ransomware is a tried-and-true criminal business model that generates millions of dollars in revenue every year.

As ad dollars shift from traditional TV to streaming, CTV platforms, streaming aggregators and individual media companies are similarly vying to situate themselves to be the one managing that money.

After it would have likely spent tens of billions of dollars to purchase TikTok, the best thing Microsoft could do to recoup that money may be to do not much at all.

ByteDance has been pouring billions of dollars into TikTok annually.

That would be a particular issue for the upfront advertisers that commit to spend millions of dollars with Hulu in exchange for a guaranteed number of impressions.

I’m not trying to compare one league to another, but they have been plugging millions and millions of dollars into the entertainment side of the operation for a long time.

This executive estimated that 25% to 30% of dollars committed in the upfront market will go to streaming, compared to 10% to 20% in prior years.

A previous version of this article stated the dollar cost as $63.

While digital marketers are offering their resources worth thousands of dollars free of cost, it released such an update to make these difficult times more difficult.

The 2019 episode caused hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of damage, according to news reports.