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transitive verb
1. (to expend money) 
a. invertir 
I have invested thousands of dollars in the stock market.He invertido miles de dólares en la bolsa.
2. (to spend time) 
a. invertir 
We have invested so much time in the project that we expect excellent results.Hemos invertido tanto tiempo en el proyecto que esperamos excelentes resultados.
3. (to confer) 
a. investir 
The president invested him with the authority to enact laws.El presidente lo invistió con la autoridad de promulgar leyes.
4. (old-fashioned) (to besiege) 
a. sitiar 
The army invested the city in 1984.El ejército sitió la ciudad en 1984.
intransitive verb
5. (to put money into) 
a. invertir 
My husband invested in an internet company.Mi esposo invirtió en una compañía de Internet.
transitive verb
1. (money, time) 
a. invertir 
2. (formal) 
a. no direct translation (confer on) 
to invest somebody with somethinginvestir a alguien con algo
intransitive verb
3. (general) 
a. invertir 
invest [ɪnˈvest]
transitive verb
1 [+money, capital, funds] invertir;in en; [+person] (in office) investir; [+time, effort] dedicar
invested capital capital (m) invertido
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
intransitive verb
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 invertir
Gerund: invirtiendo
Participle: invertido
The irregular conjugations of this verb are in red.
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