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a shares meaning

  "a shares" in a sentence
  • [Economics]
    In the USA, the most important class of ordinary share. A shares usually have greater voting power than B shares and may carry various other privileges.

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  1. he persistently asserted his right to a share in the heritage.
  2. she had not the faintest claim to a share in mr. touchett's relic.
  3. spain, however, was determined to have a share in the spice trade.
  4. it would be totally out of her power to take a share in the personal charge of the child.
  5. in principle we willingly admit the russians'right to a share in the italian fleet.

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