subsidizer

subsidize

[suhb-si-dahyz]
verb (used with object), subsidized, subsidizing.
1.
to furnish or aid with a subsidy.
2.
to purchase the assistance of by the payment of a subsidy.
3.
to secure the cooperation of by bribery; buy over.
Also, especially British, subsidise.


Origin:
1785–95; subsid(y) + -ize

subsidizable, adjective
subsidization, noun
subsidizer, noun
desubsidization, noun
desubsidize, verb (used with object), desubsidized, desubsidizing.
nonsubsidized, adjective
unsubsidized, adjective
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subsidize or subsidise (ˈsʌbsɪˌdaɪz)
 
vb
1.  to aid or support with a subsidy
2.  to obtain the aid of by means of a subsidy
 
subsidise or subsidise
 
vb
 
subsi'dizable or subsidise
 
adj
 
subsi'disable or subsidise
 
adj
 
subsidi'zation or subsidise
 
n
 
subsidi'sation or subsidise
 
n
 
'subsidizer or subsidise
 
n
 
'subsidiser or subsidise
 
n

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