re·in·vest verb \ˌrē-ən-ˈvest\
: to use (the profits of an investment) to buy more investments
: to use (money that a business has earned) to improve the business
: to spend money, time, energy, etc., to make improvements to something valuable
: to invest again or anew
a : to invest (as income from investments) in additional securities
b : to invest (as earnings) in a business rather than distribute as dividends or profits
Examples of REINVEST
- Many investors reinvest their dividends.
- Before you reinvest, consider your options carefully.
- The company reinvests a portion of its profits in new products.
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Rhymes with REINVEST
, beta test
, blanket chest
, false arrest
, hornet's nest
, house arrest
, placement test
, quarter rest
, Rorschach test
, vision quest
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