French translation of 'trust fund'
fonds m en fidéicommis
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Example Sentences Including 'trust fund'
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Better to leave the money in their trust fund for them to live on, surely?Times, Sunday Times (2015)
After he died in 1991 she set up a trust fund in his memory to aid aspiring internationals by paying for their training and coaching.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The settlement led to a trust fund being set up to pay compensation for about 7,500 workers.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
We didn't want to set up trust funds, we wanted the choice on when and where we gave it.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
He put his money in a trust fund.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
They have petrol in their blood and money in their trust funds.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
A trust fund has been set up for them.The Sun (2007)
A trust fund will be set up with €50 billion of Greek assets to be privatised.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
It added that they were keen to set up a trust fund.The Sun (2012)
The Premier League felt we should set up trust funds for our young players but it is illegal to tell people what to do with their cash.The Sun (2015)
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'trust fund' in Other Languages
British English: trust fund NOUN
A trust fund is an amount of money or property that someone owns, usually after inheriting it, but which is kept and invested for them.
The money will be placed in a trust fund for her daughter.
- American English: trust fund
- Brazilian Portuguese: fundo de fideicomisso
- Chinese: 信托基金
- European Spanish: fondo fiduciario
- French: fonds en fidéicommisN
- German: Treuhandvermögen
- Italian: fondo fiduciario
- Japanese: 信託資金
- Korean: 신탁 자금
- European Portuguese: fundo de fideicomisso
- Spanish: fondo fiduciario
Translation of trust fund from the Collins English to French
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