use (money) to make more money out of sth that will increase in value
"Put money into bonds"
"They vested the council with special rights"
"there was a ceremony to induct the president of the Academy"
The innocent being is by law invested with the right to enjoy security.
出自： J. Gilbert
He has invested heavily in oil company.
He naturally jumped at the chance to invest in such a promising business.
The company lacks sufficient money to invest in new products.
Many people think it safest to invest in property.
许多人认为最保险的投资是买房地产。 invest sth in sth/v-ing
He invested his money in shares.
I invested all my efforts in passing an exam.
He invested a lot of time and effort in trying to improve his listening comprehension.
They invested time and energy in the election campaign.
Capital can be safely invested in that company.
During the service, a ceremony was held to invest the new priest with the garments of his office.
The Queen invested the brave soldier with the Military Cross.
He invested his lawyer with complete power to act for him.
The Welfare State has invested the artist with no official social duty.
The singer invested her song with a sadness.
Prince Charles was invested with Prince of Wales in 1969.
The governor has been invested with full authority to act.
History books often seem to be invested with an air of unreality.