Definition of 'put money into'
Example sentences containing 'put money into'
And then, too, he knew if he came, there'd be even more speculation that somehow we'd put money into the show.THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (1986)
Tiger's was partly owned by a man called Joe Landau, who had also put money into Belmodes, which Rose was sweating to pay off.COFFIN IN FASHION (1986) DARE CALL IT TREASON (1986)
Maybe they heard about the locked wall cupboard, maybe they saw Tim Pat put money into it or take some out of it.WHEN THE SACRED GINMILL CLOSES (1986)
Definition of put money into from the Collins English Dictionary
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