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investor

noun [C]
 
 
/ɪnˈvestər/ FINANCE
a person, organization, or country that puts money into something in order to make a profit or receive interest: an investor in sth The largest investor in the non-manufacturing sector was the UK. a large/major investoran institutional/individual/private investor Much of the increase in private investor activity has come through online dealing. a foreign/international/overseas investor
→  See also angel investor , institutional investor , personal investor , professional investor , retail investor , small investor , value investor , vulture investor
Translations of “investor”
in Korean 투자가…
in Arabic مُستَثمِر…
in Portuguese investidor, -ora…
in Catalan inversor, -a…
in Japanese 投資家…
in Italian investitore, -trice…
in Chinese (Traditional) 投資者…
in Russian инвестор…
in Turkish yatırımcı, mudî, yatırım yapan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 投资者…
in Polish inwestor…
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