"invest" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

invest
[ɪnˈvest]
verbo transitivo
1. invertir (money, time)(in en)
2. (Formal) (confer on)
  • to invest somebody with something -> investir a alguien con algo
verbo intransitivo
3. invertir (in en)

invest [in-vest]
1. Vestir, cubrir y adornar el cuerpo con el vestido (embelish).
2. Investir, dar la investidura de algún feudo, señorío o dignidad.
3. Conferir, dar (give).
4. Sitiar, cercar o cerrar con tropas una plaza fuerte, un puesto fortificado (besiege), etc. 5.
5. Invertir, emplear o imponer dinero en valores o propiedades. (Comercio) (m)
6. Adquirir, comprar (buy). (m)
7. Confiar en, apoyar. (m)
va. Cercar o rodear a una persona (surround).

invest [ɪnˈvest]
verb:transitive
1 [+money, capital, funds] invertir;in en; [+person] (in office) investir; [+time, effort] dedicar
invested capital capital (m) invertido
2
to invest sb with sth investir a algn de or con algo; he was invested with a dignity lo invistieron con una dignidad; he invested it with a certain mystery lo revistió de cierto misterio; he seems to invest it with some importance parece que lo reviste de cierta importancia
3 (Mil) sitiar; cercar
verb:intransitive
to invest in [+company, project] invertir dinero en; (buy) comprarse; I've invested in a new pair of rubber gloves me he comprado un nuevo par de guantes de goma; to invest with [+bank, building society] invertir dinero en

Verb Conjugations for "invest" (go to invertir)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I invest I invested I will invest
you invest you invested you will invest
he/she invests he/she invested he/she will invest
we invest we invested we will invest
you invest you invested you will invest
they invest they invested they will invest
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