Significado de “fund” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "fund" - Diccionario Inglés

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fundnoun

uk /fʌnd/ us /fʌnd/

C1 [ C ] an amount of money saved, collected, or provided for a particular purpose:

a pension/trust fund
The hospital has set up a special fund to buy new equipment.
Contributions are being sought for the disaster fund.
funds C1 [ plural ]

money needed or available to spend on something:

Following the repairs to the roof, church funds are now seriously depleted.
The president has agreed to allocate further funds to develop the new submarine.
informal "Can I borrow £50?" "I'm a littleshort of/low on funds (= I have little money) at the moment
a fund of sth

a lot of something:

She has a fund of knowledge on the subject.

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fundverb [ T ]

uk /fʌnd/ us /fʌnd/

C1 to provide the money to pay for an event, activity, or organization:

The company has agreed to fund my trip to Australia.
The new college is being privately funded (= money for it is not being provided from taxes).

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funder
noun [ C ] /ˈfʌn.dər/ /ˈfʌn.dɚ/

The Ministry of Health is a major funder of medical research.

(Definition of “fund” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "fund" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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fundnoun [ C ]

us /fʌnd/

a sum of money saved and made available for a particular purpose:

the company’s pension fund

fundverb [ T ]

us /fʌnd/

to provide the money to pay for an event, activity, or organization:

funder
noun [ C ] /ˈfʌn·dər/

It’s the world’s largest funder of education.

(Definition of “fund” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "fund" - Diccionario Inglés para los negocios

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fundnoun [ C ]

uk /fʌnd/ us FINANCE

money invested in a range of shares, bonds, etc. often along with other investors' money:

The fund's performance is linked to swings in gas prices, which are difficult to predict.

an amount of money saved or collected for a particular purpose:

set up/establish a fund The government set up an emergency fund to help disaster victims.

an organization that collects and manages an amount of money for investing in a particular purpose:

the European Regional Development Fund
funds [ plural ]

the financial resources that a business, organization, or project has available:

raise/provide/generate funds A new shares issue was launched to raise funds for the acquisition.
sufficient/insufficient funds Experts have criticized the Government for committing insufficient funds to the state pension.
obtain/receive/secure funds
be short of/run out of/need funds

fundverb [ T ]

uk /fʌnd/ us FINANCE

to provide the money for a particular purpose or activity:

Fears continue to grow that the Government's bailout will not be enough to fund the industry's recovery.
partially/wholly/fully funded The research was partially funded by Roche Applied Science.
The regeneration program is funded by EU money.

(Definition of “fund” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)