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1Money provided, especially by an organization or government, for a particular purpose.
grant, allowance, endowment, contribution, donation, bursary, gift, present, investment, bestowal, benefaction, allocation, allotment, handoutView synonyms
- ‘Reluctant as always to spend money, the Queen had never provided proper funding for his work.’
- ‘But if the government wanted the idea to succeed it would have to provide some initial funding.’
- ‘She also said there was no capital investment funding in place at present to build a new visitor centre.’
- ‘The group has also secured funding to provide a major new project for artists.’
- ‘The funding will provide a range of services that will assist in the matching of businesses and investors.’
- ‘The purpose of tax funding is to allow a variety of views to be aired.’
- ‘The report urges the Government to provide specific funding for powered wheelchairs.’
- ‘One thing we would ask is for funding to be provided to maintain the new facilities to the required standard.’
- ‘Lottery funding has provided a lifeline to the only theatre in Trowbridge.’
- ‘It has sound financial management and funding is allocated according to its priorities.’
- ‘He called on the international community to help provide resources and funding.’
- ‘It also reveals a preference for debt over equity as a means of providing external funding.’
- ‘Being told they simply had to spend money on capital funding, for example, forced them to catch up on that.’
- ‘She said the authorities were not providing the extra funding needed to help meet the costs.’
- ‘Assistance with funding was also provided by English Nature and a local quarrying company.’
- ‘The money will also be used to provide funding for an ethnic minority liaison officer to work in the community.’
- ‘Martin, who is the best man to ever walk the earth, can't get lottery funding for love nor money.’
- ‘The best way to tackle this is to provide additional funding for the police to recruit extra officers.’
- ‘Other substantial amounts of funding were provided for welfare and educational projects.’
- ‘The solution has to be to provide more funding in order to be able to meet the high demand.’
- 1.1 The action or practice of providing money for a particular purpose.
- ‘Corporate funding was pumped into new buildings that sprouted up on the Belfield campus.’
- ‘This is the primary reason for the dearth of funding for ageing research, but Dr. de Grey is fighting back.’
- ‘There is an assumption that the issue hinges on access and funding, with quality lagging far behind.’
- ‘The answer lies in cheaper film crews, extra funding for productions and a lower cost of living.’
- ‘The two hour walk is held in memory of the youngster and to raise awareness of the disease and funding for research.’
- ‘Strenuous efforts were made to secure public funding and overcome the obstacles presented.’
- ‘Without value, it becomes highly likely that government funding for research would slow as well.’
- ‘This funding has improved the quality of life of people in the county and been good for business.’
- ‘However, we still rely entirely on the generosity of the public for funding.’
- ‘In the United States a coalition of groups of patients has argued for public funding for such research.’
- ‘Ireland needs to keep the accelerator down on funding for research and development.’
- ‘What's the point in funding scientists if your not going to listen to them?’
- ‘Proper funding to humanities departments in universities would also be a big help.’
- ‘He is due to publish it tomorrow at a Glasgow conference on the private funding of public services.’
- ‘Later, Chinese funding of malaria research at the institute gave a further push.’
- ‘Yet rumors persist that something is up within the department in regards to funding.’
- ‘Moreover, some types of research funding do not result in any benefit to a school.’
- ‘Journalists say one thing, scientists want funding and politicians want bandwagons.’
- ‘The new funding from the two bodies means phase two can now get under way.’
- ‘That is why Oxfam is campaigning to scrap the voucher system and replace it with more humane funding.’
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