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fund verb

ADV. largely, mainly | entirely The venture is funded entirely by its board of directors. | partially, partly | generously, properly, well | fully a new, fully funded training scheme | adequately | inadequately, poorly | centrally, directly The school opted out of local authority control and is funded directly by the government. | publicly | externally, independently, privately | jointly a scheme jointly funded by central and local government

VERB + FUND be used to, help (to) This money will help to fund administration costs. | agree to | refuse to