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contribute

verb   /kənˈtrɪb·juːt/ ( present participle contributing, past tense and past participle contributed)
to give something, especially money aportar, contribuir I contributed $20 towardstoward Andrea’s present.
(Definition of contribute from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

contribute

verb /kənˈtribjut/
to give (money, help etc) along with others contribuir, aportar; escribir (para) Have you contributed (any money) to this charity? I’ve been contributing (articles) to this paper for many years.
(with to) to help to cause to happen contribuir a His gambling contributed to his downfall.
contribution /kon-/ noun
the act of contributing contribución We can only raise the cost of this activity by voluntary contribution.
something contributed, especially money contribución, donativo (dinero), aportación, colaboración Would you like to make a contribution to this charity?
contributor noun
donante (caridad), colaborador Soda is a major contributor to American obesity.
(Definition of contribute from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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