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fund /fʌnd/
  • danh từ
    • kho
      • a fund of humour: một kho hài hước
    • quỹ
    • (số nhiều) tiền của
      • in funds: có tiền, nhiều tiền
    • (số nhiều) quỹ công trái nhà nước
    • ngoại động từ
      • chuyển những món nợ ngắn hạn thành món nợ dài hạn
      • để tiền vào quỹ công trái nhà nước
      • (từ hiếm,nghĩa hiếm) thu thập cho vào kho
    Concise Dictionary
    funds|funded|fundingfʌnd
    noun
    +a reserve of money set aside for some purpose
    +a supply of something available for future use
    +a financial institution that sells shares to individuals and invests in securities issued by other companies
    verb
    +convert (short-term floating debt) into long-term debt that bears fixed interest and is represented by bonds
    +place or store up in a fund for accumulation
    +provide a fund for the redemption of principal or payment of interest
    +invest money in government securities
    +accumulate a fund for the discharge of a recurrent liability
    +furnish money for

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 supply, stock, reserve, store, pool, cache, reservoir, repository, mine:
    Alison is a veritable fund of information about art.
    2 Often, funds. money, (hard) cash, ready money, assets, means, wealth, resources, wherewithal, savings, capital, nest egg, endowment, Colloq loot, lucre, pelf, green, bread, dough, Brit ready, readies, lolly, US bucks, scratch:
    He has the funds to buy out his partners. Have you contributed to the fund for indigent lexicographers?
    v.
    3 finance, back, capitalize, stake, support, pay for, endow, grant, subsidize:
    The company has funded a number of new businesses.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 [C] an amount of money that has been saved or has been made available for a particular purpose: a disaster relief fund + the company's pension fund + the International Monetary Fund
    2 (funds) [pl.] money that is available to be spent: government funds + The hospital is trying to raise funds for a new kidney machine. + The project has been cancelled because of lack of funds + I'm short of funds at the moment-can I pay you back next week?
    3 [sing.] of sth an amount or a supply of sth: a fund of knowledge
    + verb [VN] to provide money for sth, usually sth official: a dance festival funded by the Arts Council + The museum is privately funded. + a government-funded programme
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 sum of money collected for a particular purpose

    ADJ.

    large | appeal, charitable, charity
    The newspaper launched an appeal fund for victims of the disaster.
    | benevolent, campaign, investment, memorial, pension, prize, social, trust
    a benevolent fund for retired actors

    VERB + FUND

    create, establish, launch, set up, start
    They set up an investment fund to provide money for their retirement.
    | administer, manage | draw on
    They don't want to draw on the fund unless they have to.

    PREP.

    in a/the ~
    There is currently over £200,000 in the fund.
    | into a/the ~
    The money received is paid directly into a pension fund.

    FUND + NOUN

    holder, manager 2 funds
    money that is available and can be spent

    ADJ.

    sufficient | insufficient | limited
    There are only limited funds available.
    | unlimited | surplus | available | government, private, public

    VERB + FUND

    have
    We have insufficient funds to pay for the building work.
    | be out of, be short of
    We are short of funds at the moment, so we are not going on holiday.
    | appeal for
    The school is appealing for funds to invest in new equipment.
    | borrow, boost, build up, collect, generate, get, obtain, raise, receive, secure | allocate, lend, make available, provide, release
    Funds will be made available to ensure the provision of hospital services.
    | channel, direct, use
    The government is to channel more funds into local development schemes.

    FUND + NOUN

    raiser
    (also
    fund-raiser
    ),
    raising
    (also
    fund-raising
    )

    PREP.

    ~ for
    a charity event to raise funds for local schools
    | ~ from
    Funds from the event will support the work of the hospice.

    PHRASES

    access to funds
    The current account offers savers instant access to funds.
    | a flow of funds
    the flow of funds between various economic sectors
    | a lack/shortage of funds
    The project was hampered by lack of funds. > Special page at BUSINESS



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