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To invest money - synonyms or related words



to buy and sell shares in such a way that the risk of losing money is low



economics to gradually reduce the amount of new money which is supplied by a central bank in order to aid economic recovery

have skin in the game

to be at risk financially because you have invested in something that you want to happen



to use your money with the aim of making a profit from it, for example by buying property or buying shares in a company

put in

to invest money in a business or an account

pay into

to invest money in something such as an insurance policy or a pension fund so that you will receive money in the future



business to take the risk of investing your money in a company in the hope that you can make a big profit later by selling the shares that you buy



to invest money to help someone to start a new project



to regularly put money in a bank or invest it so that you can use it later



to invest money in something because you hope you will make more money


gig economy

an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employment

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a sensational piece of news which does not map to reality, created to attract attention or damage somebody's reputation

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