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Meaning of “funding” in the English Dictionary

"funding" in British English

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fundingnoun [U]

uk   us   /ˈfʌn.dɪŋ/
C1 money given by a ​government or ​organization for an ​event or ​activity: Alisha is ​trying to get funding for her ​research. They ​receivedstate funding for the ​project.

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(Definition of funding from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"funding" in American English

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fundingnoun [U]

 us   /ˈfʌn·dɪŋ/
money made ​available for a ​particularpurpose: Doug is ​trying to get funding for his ​research.
(Definition of funding from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"funding" in Business English

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fundingnoun [U]

uk   us   /ˈfʌndɪŋ/ FINANCE
money given by an ​organization or a ​government for a particular ​purpose: secure/obtain/get funding We have ​secured funding under an EU ​programme for three new ​projects. seek/​require/need fundingfunding for sth Our ​focus is on young ​companiesseeking funding for new ​productdevelopment. federal/​government/​state funding a reduction/​cut/​increase in funding funding shortfall/crisis/gap The funding ​gap between ​pensionassets and ​projectedobligations has ​narrowed in each of the past four ​years.
(Definition of funding from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “funding”
in Arabic تَمويل…
in Korean 자금…
in Portuguese financiamento…
in Catalan finançament…
in Japanese 基金…
in Chinese (Simplified) 资助, 资金提供…
in Turkish fon/kaynak oluşturma…
in Russian финансирование…
in Chinese (Traditional) 資助, 資金提供…
in Italian finanziamento…
in Polish środki, fundusze…
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