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VERB 投资 If you invest in something, or if you invest a sum of money, you use your money in a way that you hope will increase its value, for example by paying it into a bank, or buying shares or property.
They intend to invest directly in shares...
He invested all our profits in gold shares...
VERB 出资;资助 When a government or organization invests in something, it gives or lends money for a purpose that it considers useful or profitable.
...the British government's failure to invest in an integrated transport system.
...the European Investment Bank, which invested £100 million in Canary Wharf...
VERB 购买;买进 If you invest in something useful, you buy it, because it will help you to do something more efficiently or more cheaply.
The company invested thousands in an electronic order-control system...
The easiest way to make ice cream yourself is to invest in an ice cream machine.
VERB 投入(时间、精力) If you invest time or energy in something, you spend a lot of time or energy on something that you consider to be useful or likely to be successful.
I would rather invest time in Rebecca than in the kitchen.
VERB 赋予，使具有(某种特征) If you say that someone or something is invested with a particular quality, you mean that they seem to have that quality.
The buildings are invested with a nation's history...
A tsar was a living icon, invested with deep historical and religious significance.
VERB 授予(某人权力、责任) To invest someone with rights or responsibilities means to give them those rights or responsibilities legally or officially.
The constitution had invested him with certain powers.