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"plough sth into sth" in British English

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plough sth into sth

informal
phrasal verb with plough UK (US plow) uk   us   /plaʊ/ verb [I or T]
to investmoney (= give ​moneyhoping to get more back) in a ​business, ​especially to ​help make it ​successful or to make more ​money: They ​ploughed all ​theirsavings into ​their daughter's ​business.
(Definition of plough sth into sth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"plough sth into sth" in Business English

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plough sth into sth

informal
phrasal verb with plough UK (US plow) uk   us   /plaʊ/ verb
to ​investmoney in a ​business, especially to ​help make it ​successful or to make more ​money: The ​commercialarm of the ​company last ​year ploughed £30m into a waterfront ​officeproject on the Clyde.
(Definition of plough sth into sth from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “plough sth into sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 把(资金)投入…
in Chinese (Traditional) 把(資金)投入…
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