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verb as in give money to get started

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Example Sentences

Some Lifeline subscribers alternatively can use it to subsidize home Internet connections.

That’s real money to those schools, because they can use those full-price dollars to subsidize lower-income kids and try and provide some equity.

From Time

Animal agriculture is heavily subsidized by the federal government.

From Vox

They subsidized the “true” cost of delivery, making it cheap for consumers while squeezing restaurants with high fees and pocketing courier tips.

From Eater

It has also become clear that subsidizing internet access to hundreds of millions of potential users is perhaps not the most sustainable way to acquire customers.

For example, he suggests that instead of heavily subsidizing corn, the government could subsidize more ethical food producers.

The Jewish State will spend millions more to subsidize the controversial procedure this year.

Asking municipalities to subsidize his business so he can maximize his profits.

Yes, the state is unwilling to expand a government program, but it will do more to subsidize private health insurance.

He proposed using some unspent funds to subsidize flood insurance.

The home Government has refused to subsidize the emigration; hence it has been in a state of chronic feud with the colony.

Do you think that in the world we live in one can subsidize a Divinity, a first-class one, for that price?

If the end in view be the attainment of the lowest possible rates, why not subsidize the railroads directly by this same amount?

They encourage routine in others, and they also subsidize such thought and learning as are kept remote from affairs.

The inference is that we should go back to 1840, build some 1200 ton wooden paddle steamers and subsidize them.


On this page you'll find 48 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to subsidize, such as: bankroll, contribute, finance, fund, promote, and sponsor.

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