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invertir

  
a       vt  
1      (Com, Fin)   to invest     ( en      in)  
2      [+esfuerzo, tiempo]   to invest     ( en      on)   , put in     ( en      on)     
invirtieron una hora en recorrer diez kilómetros      they spent an hour covering ten kilometres  
3      [+figura, objeto]   (=volcar)   to invert, turn upside down  
(=poner al revés)  
to put the other way round, reverse
4    (=cambiar)  
  [+orden]  
to change, invert  
  [+dirección]  
to reverse
5      (Mat)   to invert
b       vi  
invertir en algo      to invest in sth  
c       vpr  
[papeles, relación de fuerzas, tendencia]  
to be reversed
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
invertir v.
1) invest (vt), 2) invert (vt)
[BIZ]

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
vt.
invest
[BIZ]
exp.
to invest in sth
exp.
to reverse the roles
(MODISMOS)
exp.
investing at this time is a gamble
exp.
it could be interesting for you to invest on the stock market
exp.
it's the ideal time to invest in the stock market
exp.
a businessman must invest and take the risk
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'invertir' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
vt.
invertir en
[BIZ]
vt.
invertir en
[BIZ]
exp.
invertir en oro
exp.
invertir dinero en
exp.
invertir dinero en
vi.
invertir en acciones
[BIZ]
exp.
invertir dinero en algo
exp.
invertir dinero en algo
exp.
invertir dinero en una compañía
exp.
invertir el orden de A y B
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"invertir": examples and translations in context
El Ministerio de Sanidad ha procurado invertir esta situación. Efforts have been undertaken by the Ministry of Health to reverse this situation.
Es absolutamente indispensable invertir esa tendencia. It was absolutely essential to reverse that trend.
Es necesario elaborar métodos de invertir estos fondos. It is necessary to elaborate some methods of investing these funds.
No es buen momento para invertir en Techspring. It's not a good time to be investing in Tech spring.
Es indispensable invertir en educación y sanidad. There is great call for investment in education and health.
Al contrario, habrá que invertir en infraestructuras. On the contrary, investment in the infrastructure will be called for.
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