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fund

noun /fand/
a sum of money for a special purpose
fondo
Have you given any money to the village hall repair fund?
a store or supply
repertorio
He has a fund of funny stories.
funds noun plural money ready to spend
fondos
Have you enough funds for your journey?
funding noun money provided for a specific purpose by a government or other organization
financiamiento, financiación
government/state funding.
Translations of “fund”
in Korean 기금…
in Arabic صُنْدوق مالي, مَوارِد مالِيّة…
in French fonds, répertoire…
in Italian fondo (denaro)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 基金, 專款, 資金…
in Russian фонд…
in Turkish kaynak, fon…
in Polish fundusz…
in Portuguese fundo (beneficente)…
in German das Kapital, der Vorrat…
in Catalan fons…
in Japanese 資金…
in Chinese (Simplified) 基金, 专款, 资金…
(Definition of fund from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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