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Translation of "invest" - English-Spanish dictionary

invest

verb   /ɪnˈvest/
to give money to a bank or business, or to buy something, because you hope to make a profit invertir He’s invested a million pounds in the project.
to use a lot of time, effort, or emotions because you want to succeed invertir She has invested a lot of time and energy in her job.
(Definition of invest from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

invest

verb /inˈvest/
(with in) to put (money) into (a firm or business) usually by buying shares in it, in order to make a profit invertir He invested (20,000 dollars) in a building firm.
investment noun
a sum of money invested inversión a £10,000 investment in the venture.
the act of investing inversión They have plenty of money available for investment.
investor noun
a person who invests money. inversor
(Definition of invest from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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