Definition of 'beneficiary'
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The biggest beneficiaries are expected to be less wellknown actresses competing for smaller roles. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Gold could be the biggest beneficiary of any economic uncertainty. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The status of a beneficiary occupying trust property depended upon the terms and conditions on which the occupation was permitted. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The main beneficiaries are not loyal investors, but those selling out. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The think tank suggested that the rich would be the biggest beneficiaries and that this would have'important implications for inequality '. Times, Sunday Times (2017)But while consumers have been helped, the biggest beneficiary of the settlements appears to have been the US government. Times, Sunday Times (2016)While these assets are held in trust the beneficiaries have no control over the management of them. Collins Dictionary of Economics (1993)This enables parents to select which beneficiaries should received payments. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He was very rich and my son is the sole beneficiary. The Sun (2009)They are the main beneficiaries of our wills. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Who do you think the chief beneficiaries of the charter were? Sources of the West: Readings in Western Civilization, Volume 1: From the Beginning to 1715 (1995)Track cycling was always going to be a beneficiary of this policy. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The three countries are the main beneficiaries of the proposals. Times, Sunday Times (2014)His annual mileage must make him the principal beneficiary of the collapse in the oil price. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The unborn beneficiaries of the trust were also represented by their litigation friend. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The only beneficiaries will be the meter manufacturers. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Genuine refugees are the other main beneficiary of the policy. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It sees car makers as one of the main beneficiaries of any upturn in global growth. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Sometimes they will form pop groups and become the beneficiaries of all the bountiful female beauty they can handle. The Sun (2012)He had earlier got her to agree to change their wills so he was the sole beneficiary of her death. The Sun (2009)Yet the first sign emerged yesterday that China may be the biggest beneficiary. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Contrary to what you might expect, the biggest beneficiaries could be younger people. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Amid all the flux of the recent period, this group has become the main beneficiary. Sociology and Religion: A Collection of Readings (1995)But the biggest beneficiary has clearly been Arsenal. The Sun (2012)The firm has been one of the main commercial beneficiaries of the government 's increasing reliance on tagging. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Some solicitors suggest putting the property into trust with two beneficiaries - you as the owner and your tenant. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Gloucestershire were the chief beneficiaries. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A discretionary trust lets the trustees decide when the beneficiaries should receive money, and how much. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The Olympic Games are in his view a worthy beneficiary of government money. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Some beneficiaries of the Government 's bailout plans continued to be under fire. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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British English: beneficiary NOUN
Someone who is a beneficiary of something is helped by it.
One of the main beneficiaries of the early election is thought to be the former president.
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