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fund

noun
 
 
/fʌnd/
[C] an amount of money collected, saved, or provided for a purpose: a pension fund Financial investments and the stock market
funds [plural] money needed or available to spend on something: The charity closed down due to lack of funds.Savings, interest and capital
fund verb [T] to provide money for an event, activity, or organization: Who is the project funded by?Paying and spending money
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