Synonyms of fund
1 reserveDictionary • a scholarship fund for undergraduate students
pool • a reserve pool of cash
endowment • The company gave the Oxford Union a generous £1m endowment.
2 storeDictionary • He has an extraordinary fund of energy.
store • I handed over my store of chocolate biscuits.
stock • a stock of ammunition
supply • The brain requires a constant supply of oxygen.
mine • a mine of information
reserve • The country's reserves of petrol are running very low.
treasury • These records are a treasury of information.
reservoir • the body's short-term reservoir of energy
accumulation • accumulations of dirt
hoard • a hoard of silver and jewels
repository • The church became a repository for police files.
financeDictionary • The foundation has funded a variety of faculty programs.
finance • new taxes to finance increased military expenditure
back • Murjani backed him to start the new company.
support • I have children to support, and a home to be maintained.
promote • His country will do everything possible to promote peace.
endow • The ambassador has endowed a public-service fellowship programme.
subsidize • a government decision to subsidize coal mining
provide money for
put up the money for
PHRASE:▷ in funds
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accumulationAn accumulation of something is a large number of things which have been collected together or acquired over a period of time.
• accumulations of dirt
• Murjani backed him to start the new company.
endowIf someone endows an institution, scholarship, or project, they provide a large amount of money which will produce the income needed to pay for it.
• The ambassador has endowed a public-service fellowship programme.
Thesaurus for fund from the Collins English Thesaurus
a reserve of money, etc, set aside for a certain purpose