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Translation of "sponsor" - English-Spanish dictionary

sponsor

noun   /ˈspɒn·sər/
a person or organization that gives money to support an activity, event, etc. patrocinador, -ora The organizers of the event are looking for new sponsors.
verb   /ˈspɒn·sər/
to give money to support an activity, event, etc. patrocinar The festival was sponsored by a software company.
(Definition of sponsor from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

sponsor

verb /ˈsponsə/
to take on the financial responsibility for (a person, project etc), often as a form of advertising or for charity patrocinar The firm sponsors several golf tournaments.
to promise (a person) that one will pay a certain sum of money to a charity etc if that person completes a set task (eg a walk, swim etc) patrocinar I’m looking for people to sponsor me for a charity fun run.
sponsorship noun
(the money given as) the act of sponsoring patrocinio Even the top athletes struggle to attract funding.
(Definition of sponsor from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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