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put money into (something)

To invest money into something in the hopes of improving it or gaining a profit from it. If you're going to put your money into any company, this is the one—you can expect your investment to double by the end of this year alone. They haven't been putting nearly enough money into our public schools.
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put ˈmoney into something

invest money in something: She put the money into stocks and shares.The Government should put more money into the film industry.
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As for farming, it's putting money into your pocket wi' your right hand and fetching it out wi' your left.
In a circular sent to local branches, the China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) said consumer finance firms would be banned from making loans to unapproved borrowers or putting money into areas such as cash loans and campus loans.
And secondly you have this horrible reality that you have to put money into it, and if you're putting money into it, it has to be right.
It's totally ignorant for them to say that all the problems are resolved by me putting money into the club.
Socially responsible investing has grown into a powerful force on Wall Street, with investors putting money into companies based entirely on strict environmental and social criteria.
653 billion, which means demand surpassed 900% and shows the high level of confidence among investors about putting money into the country.
But many of these are putting money into short-term savings accounts (33pc), rather than the long-term investment plans (6pc) they need.
But many of these are putting money into short-term savings accounts (33 per cent), rather than the long-term investment plans (six per cent) they need.
Molly Hunter, director of legal research at CFE, says putting money into qualified teachers, preschool programs, early literacy programs and small class sizes in early grades have shown to make "a tremendous difference.
For now, Wixon cautions investors about putting money into municipal bonds or muni funds.
The Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology, in its recently released final report, The Health of Canadians-The Federal Role: Recommendations for Reform, warns that simply putting money into the existing health care system "will not make the system more efficient or more responsive to patients.
Instead of putting money into an account tax-free, now it's taxable income.
Despite interest rates being at their lowest for 37 years, recent heavy falls in the FTSE index are thought to have deterred many novice investors from putting money into equities.
Should investors be wary of putting money into an under-the-radar micro cap like Bitstream?
ON FRIDAY, Phil Redmond sug-gested putting money into "scrapping the tunnel tolls, uniting the two cities separated by one river" and getting another "simple and affordable, Mersey crossing".
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