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endowment

noun
 
 
/ɪnˈdaʊ.mənt/
[C or U] money that is given to a college or hospital, etc. in order to provide it with an income, or the giving of this money
(给院校、医院等的)捐款,捐赠,资助
The school has received an endowment of £50 000 to buy new books for the library.
学校收到了一笔用于为图书馆添置新书的5万英镑的捐款。
Grants and allowances
[C] something that you have from birth, often a quality
天赋;天资;才能
There are tests which can establish a baby's genetic endowment.
有些测试可以测定婴儿的基因特性。
Skill, talent and ability
Translations of “endowment”
in Chinese (Traditional) (給院校、醫院等的)捐款,捐贈,資助, 天賦, 天資…
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