US: /ˈdɪvɪˌdɛnd/
UK: /dˈɪvɪdənd/

English Vietnamese dictionary

dividend /'dividend/
  • danh từ
    • (toán học) số bị chia, cái bị chia
    • (tài chính) tiền lãi cổ phần

Advanced English dictionary

+ noun
1 an amount of the profits that a company pays to people who own shares in the company: dividend payments of 50 cents a share
2 (BrE) a money prize that is given to winners in the FOOTBALL POOLS
Idioms see PAY v.

Collocation dictionary

1 payment on a company share


high | 10%, etc. | fixed | increased | gross, total | net | expected
a method of valuing shares based on expected dividends
| annual, quarterly | interim | final | company | share
Investors will still pay tax on their foreign share dividends.
| cash


pay | receive | announce, declare
The company has not yet declared its dividends for this year.
| recommend
The board has recommended a final dividend of 6 pence per share.
| boost, increase, lift, raise | hold, maintain
The interim dividend is maintained at 2.5 cents per share.
| cut, reduce, slash | pass
During that time, dividends were cut or passed (= not paid)and there were plenty of closures.


be up
The dividend is up 10.6% to 11.3p.
| go up, grow, jump, rise
The dividend should jump to 5p.
| stay
The dividend stays at 0.5p.
| be payable
The final dividend, payable on July 1, is reduced to 1p.


payment, payout | growth, increase | cut | income, total, yield | policy


~ on
They have announced the quarterly dividend on the shares.


an increase in a dividend

2 benefit/reward


considerable, enormous, great, handsome, rich | economic


bring, pay, produce, reap, yield
Her hard work paid dividends when she won the school dancing competition. The company reaped rich dividends with its new strategy for packaging holidays.


~ in
The chain's investment in new stores is bringing dividends in new customers.

Concise English dictionary

+that part of the earnings of a corporation that is distributed to its shareholders; usually paid quarterly
+a number to be divided by another number
+a bonus; something extra (especially a share of a surplus)