An unnamed tropical weather pattern "to investigate" for development into a significant (named) system. (noun)
To clothe or wrap (with garments). (verb)
To envelop, wrap, cover. (verb)
To commit money or capital in the hope of financial gain. (verb)
To spend money, time, or energy into something, especially for some benefit or purpose. (verb)
To ceremonially install someone in some office. (verb)
To formally give someone some power or authority. (verb)
To lay siege to. (verb)
: To make investments. (verb)
To prepare for lost wax casting by creating an investment mold (a mixture of a silica sand and plaster). (verb)
Examples of word invest
We went from trickle-down economics to what I call invest and growth -- reduce the deficit, but invest more in our people and technology and in the progress of people in the future, and open the world to trade in American products and services.
#3 - If you have the means, the best time to invest is when times are tough.
On the one hand no responsibilities when renting but sure hate in invest time and money when at anytime a landlord here for any reason can up and take that home back.
This is why NRIs - Non Resident Indians and PIOs â€“ Person of India origin invest in India and (we hope) will continue doing so.
Some 80 percent of the payouts in traditional pensions come from long-term invest-ment gains -- stock dividends plus growth in the value of your original investments.