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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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And as to being in a hurry to put money into schemes--it won't do, you know.
Never would Kai Shang or Momulla go to such pains to slay him or another unless it would put money into their pockets, and as Gust had no money it was evident that they were searching for someone else.
I put money into the woman's hand, enough of it to surprise her.
She motioned away a gipsy-woman urgent to tell her fortune, saying that it was told already and had been for some years, but called the child towards her, and taking her flowers put money into her trembling hand, and bade her go home and keep at home for God's sake.
I never said I wouldn't put money into it,--I don't say as it shall be twenty pounds, though you're so ready to say it for me,--but he'll see some day as his aunt's in the right not to risk the money she's saved for him till it's proved as it won't be lost.
This will not only put money in the pockets of low-paid workers it will also put money into the local economy.
They will, in the long term, bring cleaner and perhaps cheaper electricity and put money into the coffers of Scotland by selling any excess power to the UK grid.
FORMER Wales midfielder Robbie Savage says he would be prepared to put money into the right consortium seeking to buy troubled hometown club Wrexham.
The campaign group called on the Government to put money Into buying and repairing empty properties and make them available for temporary use.
No, we'd put money into schools and education, so why can't we put money into prisons to make our streets safer and see that justice is done.
About 71 per cent of people said they had put money into a mini cash ISA, while 10 per cent had paid money into an equity ISA, according to lending and borrowing exchange Zopa.
I have no more responsibility to put money into Celtic than you or anybody else.
Cardinal also wants to ensure the president's proposal to put money into recruiting professionals in math and science into teaching is done right.
Pauline Ogg, 48, of Westerhope: Our local club has been collecting so we put money into the appeal there.