stake noun (SHARE) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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Translation of "stake" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

stake

noun [C] (SHARE)
份额
 
 
/steɪk/
a share or a financial involvement in something such as a business
股本,股份
He holds (= owns) a 40% stake in/of the company.
他拥有公司40%的股份。
Financial investments and the stock market
have a stake in sth If you have a stake in something which is important to you, you have a personal interest or involvement in it
对…有强烈的兴趣;与…有利害关系
Employers have a stake in the training of their staff.
雇主很重视员工培训。
Taking part and getting involvedGetting involved for one's own benefit or against others' will
Translations of “stake”
in Vietnamese cọc…
in Spanish poste…
in Thai เสาหลัก…
in Malaysian pancang pagar…
in French pieu…
in German der Pfahl…
in Chinese (Traditional) 份額, 股本,股份…
in Indonesian pancang…
in Russian доля (в компании), кол, столб…
in Turkish hisse, pay, kazık…
in Polish udział, słup…
(Definition of stake noun (SHARE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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