Definition of 'donate'
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Mr Lewis had been made to donate specimens of his body fluids in an attempt to confirm he had not killed his own daughter. DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION (2001)Last year she had attempted to persuade Erwin to donate a few hours of his services as a prize. EVERVILLE (2001)
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Translations for 'donate'
British English: donate /dəʊˈneɪt/ VERB
If you donate something to a charity or other organization, you give it to them.
They donated second-hand clothes.
- American English: donate
- Arabic: يَتَبَرَّعُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: doar
- Chinese: 捐赠
- Croatian: donirati
- Czech: darovat
- Danish: donere
- Dutch: doneren
- European Spanish: donar
- Finnish: lahjoittaa
- French: faire don de
- German: spenden stiften
- Greek: δωρίζω
- Italian: donare
- Japanese: 寄付する
- Korean: 기증하다
- Norwegian: donere
- Polish: obdarować
- European Portuguese: doar
- Romanian: a dona
- Russian: дарить
- Spanish: donar
- Swedish: donera
- Thai: บริจาค
- Turkish: bağışlamak
- Ukrainian: жертвувати
- Vietnamese: quyên góp
Definition of donate from the Collins English Dictionary
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