coinvest

verb
co·​in·​vest | \ˌkō-in-ˈvest \
variants: or co-invest
coinvested or co-invested; coinvesting or co-investing

Definition of coinvest 

intransitive verb

: to join another or others in investing in something They also coinvested in Firefly, an Internet upstart from MIT's media lab …— Mary Beth Grover A dozen or so quasi-public financing institutions co-invest with private banks and venture capitalists in companies …— Anne Reilly Dowd

Other Words from coinvest

coinvestor \ ˌkō-​in-​ˈve-​stər \ or co-investor noun plural coinvestors or co-investors
… Westcott and his coinvestors owned 40% of the league … — David Whitford

First Known Use of coinvest

1949, in the meaning defined above

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