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Plain form (yanzu)

3rd-person singular (ana cikin yi)

Past tense (ya wuce)

Past participle (ya wuce)

Present participle (ana cikin yi)

  1. (transitive & intransitive) If you invest your money, you use your money to make more money. <> saka jari.
    IBM may invest new money in the company.
    If you invested heavily in Internet companies in the 90s, you made a lot of money.
  2. (transitive & intransitive) If you invest in something, you spend time or money to make it better. <> mayar da hankali ko kula ga wani abu.
    The province has invested $20 million to improve transportation in cities.
    She invested all her spare time to make her small business succeed.
  3. (transitive) If you invest someone with a power, you give it to them.
  4. (transitive) If something invests someone with a quality, it makes them appear to have that quality.
    His white hair invested him with a sense of intelligence.

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