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prospectus (s) (noun), prospectuses (pl)
1. A printed statement which provides special information: The bank's prospectus gave choices for people who might want to invest in the new saving's plan.
2. Etymology: from Latin prosperus, "favorable."
A formal summary of a proposed business arrangement.
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A formal summary of a proposal that describes the primary issues that would be involved in a project. (1)