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Translation of "share" - English-German dictionary

share

noun /ʃeə/
one of the parts of something that is divided among several people etc
der Anteil
We all had a share of the cake We each paid our share of the bill.
the part played by a person in something done etc by several people etc
der Anteil
I had no share in the decision.
a fixed sum of money invested in a business company by a shareholder.
Beteiligung
stocks and shares.
shareholder noun a person who owns shares in a business company
der/die Teilhaber(in)
She’s a major shareholder in the company.
share and share alike with everyone having an equal share
zu gleichen Teilen
We divided the money between us, share and share alike.
(Definition of share from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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