Invest [verb]

Definition of Invest:

contribute money to make money

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Sentence/Example of Invest:

Now, safety-conscious diners are just as invested in where the food is served.

Officials at GWU, which has made budget cuts during the pandemic, did not say how much it will cost to invest in plastic alternatives and install water-bottle refill stations in every campus building.

They faced similar opportunities to heighten first-party insights, in light of the third-party cookie phase out, and with brands looking to invest more in multicultural messaging and corporate social responsibility.

This is in addition to the more than $800 million the company will have invested in associate wage increases from 2018 to 2020 — which are not one-time awards but lasting wage increases.

The Big Three automaker has said it will invest $27 billion in electric vehicles and associated products from 2020 to 2025.

Last month’s GameStop trading mania was sparked by members of a popular Reddit investing community who said they hoped to strike back at the Wall Street elites who had long dismissed them as dumb money.

The firm, which has invested in the likes of Airbnb, signed a one-year lease at a space with 2,073 square feet in the city.

So talk about your data strategy, since IPG’s invested so much into it.

With a minimum investment threshold of $5,000, accredited investors will have the unique opportunity to invest early in a movement-based company rapidly becoming a global brand.

That’s money that you’re not going to be able to invest in homeownership, in your own children’s education.