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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
dividend /'dividend/
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Concise Dictionary
dividends'dɪvɪdend
noun
+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)

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
noun

1 payment on a company share

ADJ.

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

VERB + DIVIDEND

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.

DIVIDEND + VERB

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.

DIVIDEND + NOUN

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

PREP.

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

PHRASES

an increase in a dividend

2 benefit/reward

ADJ.

considerable, enormous, great, handsome, rich | economic

VERB + DIVIDEND

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.

PREP.

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



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