Phrasal Verb of the Day

invest in (2)

Today: Sat, 02 Mar 2024

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Meaning:

to put your money into a company or a business venture in order to get a share of any profit it makes

For example:

  • invest in Investing in companies by buying shares on the stock exchange can be very risky, as many people discovered when the markets crashed in 2008.

  • invest in It's difficult to find people who are willing to invest in new businesses at the moment.

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Quick Quiz

People invest in companies in order to

a. share their skills and experience

b. get a share of any profits

c. help the economy develop
a) share their skills and experience b) get a share of any profits c) help the economy develop