invest
verb
  1. to put money into shares, bonds, a building society, etc., hoping that it will produce interest and increase in value

    Examples
  2. to spend money on something which you believe will be useful

    Examples
    • to invest money in new machinery

    • to invest capital in a new factory

"...we have substantial venture capital to invest in good projects" [Times]

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