asset (plural assets)
- Something or someone of any value; any portion of one's property or effects so considered.
- These shares are a valuable asset.
- (software) Any component, model, process or framework of value that can be leveraged or reused.
- (espionage) intelligence asset
- (slang, vulgar, usually in the plural) private parts; a woman's breasts or buttocks, or a man's genitalia.
2009, Kaitlynn Maguire and Margaret Tingley, Serendipitous Moments of Female Sensuality, p. 27:
- Perhaps it is simply common for wives to want their female friends to see their husband nude – especially if he has nice assets. Honestly, I also wanted to see the dick of Brian and Andrew.
2009, Cheyenne McCray, The First Sin: A Lexi Steele Novel, p. 189:
- “Slave Alexi has nice assets.”
2016, Deanna Chase, Spirits, Rock Stars, and a Midnight Chocolate Bar: Pyper Rayne, Book 2:
- Muse studied Ida May's breasts for a moment, then reached out and grabbed the left one. “Good size. Firm. Yeah, you got some nice assets.”
something or someone of any value
- Bulgarian: актив (bg) (aktiv), авоари (bg) (avoari)
- Mandarin: 資產 (zh), 资产 (zh) (zīchǎn)
- Czech: aktivum n
- Danish: aktiv (da)
- Dutch: activa (nl) pl
- French: actif (fr) m, avoir (fr) m, atout (fr) m
- German: Aktiva (de) n pl, Vermögenswert f, Anlage (de)
- Greek: ενεργητικό (el) (energitikó), περιουσιακό στοιχείο (periousiakó stoicheío)
- Hebrew: נכס (he) m (nekhes)
- Italian: bene (it) m, proprietà (it) f, possedimento (it) m, risorsa (it) f
- Japanese: 資産 (ja) (しさん, shisan)
software: any component, etc. that can be leveraged or reused
- singular definite of as
Borrowing from English asset.
asset m (invariable)
- asset (economic)
- third-person singular present active subjunctive of assō
- definite singular of ass