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asset (s) (noun), assets (pl)
1. Someone or something that is valuable: In her acting career, Frankie was told that, in addition to her dramatic skills, her beauty would be an asset, too.

The proper utilization of a country's natural assets can result in more income for its citizens.

2. Usually, that which is owned by an individual, a company, a bank, etc.: Mark owned assets in the company where he worked and he fortunately was able to retire and financially profit from his investments.
3. Etymology: from old French asez, "enough"; derived from Latin ad-,"to" + satis, "enough".
Valuable resources; such as, cash, real estate, etc.
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Something that is valuable or is very useful; or someone who has special skills which can be used to gain advantages. (1)