Translation of investment in Spanish:

investment

inversión, n.

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈvɛs(t)mənt//ɪnˈvɛs(t)m(ə)nt/

noun

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    • 1.1Finance

      inversión feminine
      to encourage public investment promover la inversión pública
      • to encourage private investment promover la inversión privada
      • before noun investment analyst analista de inversiones
      • investment consultant asesora de inversiones
      • investment grant subvención para la inversión
      • investment income rendimientos del capital mobiliario
      • investment portfolio cartera de valores

    • 1.2(of time)

      inversión feminine
      he had made a big emotional investment in the relationship había puesto mucho en la relación
      • May every gift we bring be an investment in the future that you have for all people.
      • The readiness we have today is a result of our past investments in realistic training.
      • This survey is the result of a significant investment of time by numerous volunteers.
      • Then, there was an enormous investment of time and effort in the decision over the euro.
      • Such commemoration is a worthwhile investment in terms of the extra tourist income that would be brought to London.
      • In the long run, graduates who go into high-earning jobs will still turn that into a worthwhile investment.
      • They are making investments for their own future.
      • This was just enough to buy a small flat in Nuneaton, through a friend, as an investment for the future.
      • It requires a greater investment of time, attention, and emotional energy.
      • But give first before you receive, considering it an investment in later results.

    • 1.3(beneficial purchase)

      inversión feminine
      • That is an investment in the future and an investment that is paying off already.
      • We have made big investments for the future in the Superannuation Fund and now in the savings initiatives.
      • It is worth the investment and risk of spending money upfront - not just to cover your back but to make better choices.
      • The factors that make wine a worthwhile investment are numerous and complex.
      • Both of these pieces of equipment were good investments for future use in ceramics classes.
      • Future investments will be concentrated into the automotive business in order to improve its competitiveness.
      • Maintaining and improving the outside of your home is well worth the investment and will make it more marketable.
      • Chelsea with all their cash would see him as an investment for the future as much as anything else.
      • There is a steep learning curve but it becomes an investment in the future and is an inevitability.
      • Apart from investments, one source expected to grow is non-oil and gas exports.
      • At the same time, furthering your career is one of the biggest investments you can make in your children's future.
      • You can get packs of various sizes to suit all your cable management needs so they tend to be a good investment for a future quick fix.
      • Over the long term, shares have beaten other mainstream investments, and we expect them to continue to do so in the future.
      • Even if you don't need the extra performance now, you can think of it as an investment in future gaming fun.
      • Chinese oil companies are investigating major investments in Russian energy companies.
      • The expected returns of all sterling-based investments, shares included, must now be lower to account for this.
      • The band will soon be releasing a live album, which will be well worth the investment.
      • Generally, we've left decisions about energy investments to private investors.
      • Wise buyers of contemporary Irish couture should regard their purchases as future investments.
      • Louis viewed bribes as an investment which could bring future benefits to France.

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    (investiture)
    investidura feminine