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invest

verb [I or T]     /ɪnˈvest/
to put money, effort, time etc. into something to make a profit or get an advantage 投(資),投入 The institute will invest 5 million in the project. 該機構將在這個專案上投資500萬。 He's not certain whether to invest in the property market. 他拿不定主意該不該投資房地產市場。 You have all invested significant amounts of time and energy in making this project the success that it is. 你們都為這個專案的成功投入了大量的時間和精力。 Investing money
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