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share

noun [C]
 
 
/ʃeər/
BUSINESS one of the equal parts that the value of a company is divided into when it is owned by a group of people: to buy/sell shares We own shares in a number of companies. Share prices have fallen for the third day running.Financial investments and the stock market
PART B2 a part of something that has been divided: [usually singular] When am I going to get my share of the money?Sharing
Translations of “share”
in Korean 할당, 몫, 지분…
in Arabic حِصّة…
in French part, action…
in Turkish hisse, pay, parça…
in Italian parte, azione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 部分, 一份,部份…
in Russian акция, доля…
in Polish akcja, część, udział…
in Spanish parte, acción, participación…
in Portuguese parte, ação…
in German der Anteil, Beteiligung…
in Catalan part corresponent, acció…
in Japanese 分け前, 割り当て, 株…
in Chinese (Simplified) 部分, 一份,份额…
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