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  • verbcontribute money to make money
  • verbgive power or authority

synonyms for invested

  • devote
  • lend
  • provide
  • spend
  • supply
  • advance
  • back
  • bankroll
  • endow
  • endue
  • entrust
  • imbue
  • infuse
  • loan
  • plunge
  • sink
  • stake
  • buy into
  • buy stock
  • get into
  • go in for
  • lay out
  • pick up the tab
  • plow back into
  • put in
  • put up dough
  • salt away
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antonyms for invested

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  • take
  • increase
  • rise
  • divest
  • take away
  • take out
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How to use invested in a sentence

We’ll invest $400 billion — that’s how much the federal government will spend — for products made by American workers.
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Regardless of where you live, if you’re an outdoors person investing in an ATV, you want to maximize its potential for your intended purpose.
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Redwood is one of five companies Amazon is investing in as part of its $2 billion Climate Pledge Fund, announced this year.
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For 10 years, Arctaris has invested successfully in low-income neighborhoods, often in partnership with government and philanthropy.
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I heard that phrase—“Square is a beast”—two years ago from a venture capitalist who invests in payments and fintech firms.
‘SQUARE IS A BEAST’JEFFSEPTEMBER 16, 2020FORTUNE
Among those that have started planning, our research found that more than half are prioritizing ordering holiday inventory while nearly 30% are also investing in digital marketing and advertising.
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Without more money, Tristan wouldn’t be able to invest in marketing, product development, research, and, of course, production.
‘HOW I BUILT THIS’ HOST GUY RAZ ON INSIGHTS FROM SOME OF THE WORLD’S MOST FAMOUS ENTREPRENEURSRACHEL KINGSEPTEMBER 15, 2020FORTUNE
The reason is that buying options is fundamentally different from investing in stocks, where retail investors can hold their own by researching a company and understanding a market of the sector.
‘GOING TO VEGAS:’ NEWBIE OPTIONS TRADERS FACE A RECKONING AS THE TECH STOCK RALLY FADESJEFFSEPTEMBER 14, 2020FORTUNE
Even if they don’t end up with software jobs, I think the lessons learned here are well worth the time they invest into it.
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Often the C-level people don’t live in Cleveland or just moved to Cleveland for the job and aren’t invested in the community.
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WORDS RELATED TO INVESTED

  • attired
  • cloaked
  • costumed
  • covered
  • decked
  • draped
  • dressed
  • dressed up
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  • robed
  • shod
  • veiled
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