investment

[ in-vest-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF investment

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVESTMENT

I am, in other words, an investment from which they expect large returns.

As an investment, these possessions were extremely unremunerative.

Mark Twain made his first investment in Redding that spring.

Perhaps,” she rejoined, laughing, “but I should not care to make such an investment.

Please say to him that a client wishes to speak to him regarding an investment.

We will refund your money promptly if you are not more than pleased with your investment.

This surplus money should be used for investment purposes and not for speculation.

We do not know what he realized by this investment, but their value for some years has been £4 and upwards.

I don't regret the investment and I don't aim to lie about it now.

The rents are low and do not pay regular interest on the investment.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INVESTMENT

equity

nounmoney invested in possession
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