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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.
On a visit to HMP Leeds - a category B local prison in Armley which was one of the country's most overcrowded when it was inspected two years ago - Mr Johnson said his Government was "putting money into every aspect of the criminal justice system".
Dr Shamsul: He was shocked about somebody putting money into his account.
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.
Asked if the Queen should apologise for the offshore investments revealed in the papers, Mr Corbyn told the CBI's annual conference in London: "Well, anyone that is putting money into tax havens in order to avoid taxation in Britain, and obviously investigations have to take place, should do two things - not just apologise for it but also recognise what it does to our society.
Clarke said that thousands of acres of idle lands are available for production, and the Portia Simpson Miller government is determined to reduce the import bill, while putting money into the pockets of farmers.
Summary: HONG KONG - China could increase 10-fold the quota for foreign investors putting money into the country's stock markets, the head of its securities regulator said on Monday.
"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.
"What I'd like to do is stop putting money into those, and start putting money in the future simulators."
"It's ignorant for them to say all the problems are resolved by me putting money into the club.
I don't think putting money into the railway is a worthwhile exercise."
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.
14, purchase orders rose to US$2.653 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 (33 per cent), rather than the long-term investment plans (six per cent) they need.