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donation

noun [C or U]
 
 
/dəʊˈneɪʃən/
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY something of value such as money or goods that is given to help a person or organization such as a charity, or the act of giving this money, etc.: It is possible to make a donation with conditions attached, for example requiring the funds to be used for a specific purpose. The CEO defended the conglomerate's donations to political candidates. The museum has received a $5 million donation from the Bradley Foundation. Some charitable donations are tax-deductible.
Translations of “donation”
in Korean 기부…
in Arabic تَبرّع…
in Portuguese donativo, doação…
in Catalan donació…
in Japanese 寄付金, 寄付…
in Italian donazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 捐獻,捐贈,捐助…
in Russian дар, пожертвование…
in Turkish bağış, yardım, hibe…
in Chinese (Simplified) 捐献,捐赠,捐助…
in Polish datek, darowizna…
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