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Translation of "fund" - English-Spanish dictionary

fund

noun   /fʌnd/
an amount of money that is collected or given for a purpose fondo a pension fund
funds [plural]
money needed or available to spend on something fondos The charity closed down due to lack of funds.
verb   /fʌnd/
to provide money for an event, activity, or organization financiar Who is the project funded by?
(Definition of fund from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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.
(Definition of fund from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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