To invest again, give another investment.
to invest again or anew
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
rē-in-vest′, v.t. to invest again or a second time.—n. Reinvest′ment, act of reinvesting: a second investment.
The numerical value of reinvest in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of reinvest in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
It's a recurring theme where they under invested and now they have to reinvest.
If they're going to take and reinvest it, it's no different than my cash when I deposit with them so I would expect them to hold capital.
Yes, I agree, but we restored profitability by cutting non-strategic cost and now we have the flexibility to reinvest back into the business.
Historically, diplomatic activity in this conflict has increased in response to violence, the U.S. is shifting from largely ignoring this conflict to sending the secretary of state to reinvest in dealing with it. That is something Abbas desires. But the risks that attend this upsurge are much greater for him than the potential benefits.
The debate over corporate spending will increase, especially in Europe, where there is more of an attempt to balance both government and the private sector, with QE, the average voter thinks they are going to get all this free money ... There's the expectation that corporations are going to reinvest cash. The political pressure will grow.
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