- v.投资，花费( invest的过去式和过去分词 ); 授予; （把资金）投入; 投入（时间、精力等）;
The airlines have invested enormous sums in new, quieter aircraft.
The company invested thousands in an electronic order-control system.
The constitution had invested him with certain powers.
He invested all our profits in gold shares.
They've invested their money wisely.
The money will be invested in managed funds.
It is surprising how soon historical personages became invested with romantic attributes.
She invested most of her savings in stocks and shares.
History books often seem to be invested with an air of unreality.
Prince Charles was invested with Prince of Wales in 1969.
They sensibly invested their prize money rather than spending it.
The enemy invested the city and cut it off from our army.
Capital can be safely invested in that company.
He invested his money in shares.
My money is invested in debentures.
Parents and students who have invested heavily in higher education worry about graduates' job prospects as technological advances and changes in domestic and global markets transform professions in ways that reduce wages and cut jobs.
This has been due ,in part ,to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which has invested $
The advisers also meet with students privately and stay in touch with parents, so they are deeply invested in the students'uccess
She went to New York and invested on Wall Street.
She invested in stocks and shares on Wall Street
Such programs can be expensive, of course, but cheap compared with the millions already invested in scholarships and grants for kids who have little chance to graduate without special support.
1. officially endowed with authority or power;
"by the Constitution...the president is invested with certain...powers"- John Marshall