invest as

phrasal verb

invested as; investing as; invests as
: to give (someone) the power and authority of (a particular position or title)
The group invested her as chairperson.

Examples of invest as in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web He was totally invested as their quarterback, offensive coordinator, mentor, and friend. Ben Volin,, 12 Sep. 2023 Since then, technological advances have democratized financial markets, giving millions of Americans opportunities to invest as only elites could before. Barbara Comstock, WSJ, 10 Sep. 2023 Costner partially funded Dances With Wolves, which turned out to be a great invested as the movie brought in millions at the box office and beyond. Maggie Horton, Country Living, 10 Sep. 2023 On Thursday, Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh, was invested as a Dame Grand Cross of the Order of St John, formalizing a promotion from Queen Elizabeth last year. Janine Henni, Peoplemag, 16 June 2023 Those on the older side — now in their early 40s — are investing as they become established in their career and have more income to invest. Michelle Singletary, Washington Post, 6 June 2023 Recalling the ancient rituals, Charles was invested as both Head of State and Head of the Church of England. ABC News, 7 May 2023 Two years after Charlotte's wedding to George, he was invested as a knight of the Order of the Garter, the oldest order chivalry in Great Britain. Town & Country, 7 May 2023 Seventy of the deals were of JPMorgan taking a minority stake in a company or investing as part of the company’s funding round. Luisa Beltran, Fortune, 25 Apr. 2023 See More

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“Invest as.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 1 Oct. 2023.

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