Fund

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English

Noun

Fund (plural Funds)
  1. A sum or source of money
  2. A money-management operation, such as a mutual fund
    Several major funds were declared insolvent recently.

Derived terms

Verb

Fund (third-person singular simple present Funds, present participle Funding, simple past and past participle Funded)

  1. (transitive) To pay for.

Verbs for Fund

abscond with -advance —s; al priate —s; audit —s; deplete—; —; embezzle —i misappropriate seek —s; solicit —s; supplant—; fits; —dwindles.

Thesaurus

Festschrift, Swiss bank account, accommodate, acknowledge, afford, afford support, aid, ana, angel, anthology, aquarium, assets, assist, available means, back, balance, bank account, bankroll, bear, bear out, bear the expense, bear up, body, bolster, bolster up, bottom dollar, bread, bucks, budget, buttress, cache, capital, capital gains distribution, capital goods, capital structure, capitalization, capitalize, cash reserves, checking account, chip in, chrestomathy, circulating capital, clothe, collectanea, collection, command of money, compilation, contribute, corpus, crutch, data, defray, defray expenses, donate, dough, endow, endowment, equity capital, exchequer, fill, fill up, finance, finances, find, fixed capital, floating capital, florilegium, foot the bill, funds, furnish, give, give support, go Dutch, grant, green, grist, grubstake, hard cash, help, hold up, holdings, honor a bill, inventory, invest, keep, kitty, lend support, library, life savings, liquid assets, lolly, loot, lucre, maintain, make available, make provision for, means, menagerie, mine, money, moneyed capital, moneys, museum, nest egg, patronize, pay for, pay the bill, pay the bills, pay the piper, pecuniary resources, pelf, pension, pension off, pocket, pool, prepare, present, principal, prop, prop up, property, provide, provide for, purse, raw data, ready, ready money, recruit, redeem, refinance, reinforce, replenish, repository, reserve, reserves, reservoir, resource, resources, savings, savings account, scratch, set up, shore, shore up, sponsor, stake, stand the costs, stock, store, subsidize, substance, subvention, subventionize, supply, support, sustain, treasure, undergird, unregistered bank account, upbear, uphold, upkeep, venture capital, wealth, wherewithal, working capital, yield, zoo

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈfʌnd/
    Rhymes: -ʌnd

Translations

Noun

Verb


Albanian

Pronunciation

Etymology

From Latin fundus.

Noun

Fund m.

  1. end
  2. bottom (lowest part)

Danish

Etymology

Verbal noun to finde (to find). Compare Old Norse fundr and Middle Low German vunt.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /fon/, [fɔnˀ]

Noun

Fund n. (singular definite Fundet, plural indefinite Fund)

  1. find
  2. bargain
  3. discovery

Inflection


Romanian

Etymology

From Latin fundus.

Pronunciation

Noun

Fund n. (plural funduri)

  1. bottom
  2. backside; buttocks

Declension

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