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in·ter·est

 (ĭn′trĭst, -tər-ĭst, -trĕst′)
n.
1.
a. A state of curiosity or concern about or attention to something: an interest in sports.
b. Something, such as a quality, subject, or activity, that evokes this mental state: counts the theater among his interests.
2. often interests Regard for one's own benefit or advantage; self-interest: It is in your best interest to cooperate. She kept her own interests in mind.
3.
a. A right, claim, or legal share: an interest in the new company.
b. Something in which such a right, claim, or share is held: has interests overseas.
c. A person or group of persons holding such a right, claim, or share: a petroleum interest.
4. Involvement with or participation in something: She has an interest in the quality of her education.
5.
a. A charge for a loan, usually a percentage of the amount loaned.
b. An excess or bonus beyond what is expected or due.
6.
a. An interest group.
b. The particular cause supported by an interest group.
tr.v. in·ter·est·ed, in·ter·est·ing, in·ter·ests
1. To arouse the curiosity or hold the attention of: Your opinions interest me.
2. To cause to become involved or concerned with: tried to interest her in taking a walk.
3. Archaic To concern or affect.
Idiom:
in the interest/interests of
To the advantage of; for the sake of: thinking in the interest of the whole family; ate breakfast on the train in the interest of time.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin, it is of importance, third person sing. present tense of interesse, to be between, take part in : inter-, inter- + esse, to be; see es- in Indo-European roots.]

interest

(ˈɪntrɪst; -tərɪst)
n
1. the sense of curiosity about or concern with something or someone: an interest in butterflies.
2. the power of stimulating such a sense: to have great interest.
3. the quality of such stimulation
4. something in which one is interested; a hobby or pursuit
5. (often plural) benefit; advantage: in one's own interest.
6. (often plural)
a. a right, share, or claim, esp in a business or property
b. the business, property, etc, in which a person has such concern
7. (Banking & Finance)
a. a charge for the use of credit or borrowed money
b. such a charge expressed as a percentage per time unit of the sum borrowed or used
8. (often plural) a section of a community, etc, whose members have common aims: we must not offend the landed interest.
9. declare an interest to make known one's connection, esp a prejudicial connection, with an affair
vb (tr)
10. to arouse or excite the curiosity or concern of
11. to cause to become involved in something; concern
[C15: from Latin: it concerns, from interesse; from inter- + esse to be]

in•ter•est

(ˈɪn tər ɪst, -trɪst)
n.
1. a feeling of having one's attention, concern, or curiosity particularly engaged by something: She has an interest in architecture.
2. something that arouses such feelings; something in which one is interested: Chess is his only interest.
3. the power to excite such feelings; quality of being interesting: a subject that holds little interest for me.
4. concern or importance: a matter of primary interest.
5. a business, cause, etc., in which a person has a share, concern, or responsibility.
6. a legal share, right, or title, as in the ownership of property or in a business undertaking.
7. participation in a cause or in advantage or responsibility.
8. Often, interests. a group exerting influence on and often financially involved in an enterprise, industry, or sphere of activity.
9. the state of being affected by something in respect to advantage or detriment.
10. Often, interests. benefit; advantage: We have your best interests in mind.
11. regard for one's own advantage or profit; self-interest.
12. influence due to personal importance or capability.
13.
a. a sum paid or charged for the use of money or for borrowing money.
b. such a sum expressed as a percentage of the amount borrowed to be paid over a given period, usu. one year.
14. something added or thrown in above an exact equivalent: He returned the insult with interest.
v.t.
15. to engage or excite the attention or curiosity of.
16. to concern (a person, nation, etc.) in something; involve.
17. to cause to take a personal concern or share; induce to participate.
Idioms:
in the interest(s) of, for the sake of; on behalf of.
[1225–75; late Middle English, alter. of Middle English interesse < Medieval Latin, Latin: to concern, literally, to be between =inter- inter- + esse to be]

interest


Past participle: interested
Gerund: interesting

Imperative
interest
interest
Present
I interest
you interest
he/she/it interests
we interest
you interest
they interest
Preterite
I interested
you interested
he/she/it interested
we interested
you interested
they interested
Present Continuous
I am interesting
you are interesting
he/she/it is interesting
we are interesting
you are interesting
they are interesting
Present Perfect
I have interested
you have interested
he/she/it has interested
we have interested
you have interested
they have interested
Past Continuous
I was interesting
you were interesting
he/she/it was interesting
we were interesting
you were interesting
they were interesting
Past Perfect
I had interested
you had interested
he/she/it had interested
we had interested
you had interested
they had interested
Future
I will interest
you will interest
he/she/it will interest
we will interest
you will interest
they will interest
Future Perfect
I will have interested
you will have interested
he/she/it will have interested
we will have interested
you will have interested
they will have interested
Future Continuous
I will be interesting
you will be interesting
he/she/it will be interesting
we will be interesting
you will be interesting
they will be interesting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been interesting
you have been interesting
he/she/it has been interesting
we have been interesting
you have been interesting
they have been interesting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been interesting
you will have been interesting
he/she/it will have been interesting
we will have been interesting
you will have been interesting
they will have been interesting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been interesting
you had been interesting
he/she/it had been interesting
we had been interesting
you had been interesting
they had been interesting
Conditional
I would interest
you would interest
he/she/it would interest
we would interest
you would interest
they would interest
Past Conditional
I would have interested
you would have interested
he/she/it would have interested
we would have interested
you would have interested
they would have interested
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.interest - a sense of concern with and curiosity about someone or somethinginterest - a sense of concern with and curiosity about someone or something; "an interest in music"
enthusiasm - a lively interest; "enthusiasm for his program is growing"
concern - something that interests you because it is important or affects you; "the safety of the ship is the captain's concern"
curiosity, wonder - a state in which you want to learn more about something
2.interest - a reason for wanting something doneinterest - a reason for wanting something done; "for your sake"; "died for the sake of his country"; "in the interest of safety"; "in the common interest"
benefit, welfare - something that aids or promotes well-being; "for the benefit of all"
behalf - for someone's benefit (usually expressed as `in behalf' rather than `on behalf' and usually with a possessive); "in your behalf"; "campaigning in his own behalf"; "spoke a good word in his friend's behalf"
3.interest - the power of attracting or holding one's attention (because it is unusual or exciting etc.); "they said nothing of great interest"; "primary colors can add interest to a room"
charisma, personal appeal, personal magnetism - a personal attractiveness or interestingness that enables you to influence others
power, powerfulness - possession of controlling influence; "the deterrent power of nuclear weapons"; "the power of his love saved her"; "his powerfulness was concealed by a gentle facade"
newsworthiness, news - the quality of being sufficiently interesting to be reported in news bulletins; "the judge conceded the newsworthiness of the trial"; "he is no longer news in the fashion world"
topicality - the attribute of being of interest at the present time; "the library had to discard books that had lost their topicality"
vividness, color, colour - interest and variety and intensity; "the Puritan Period was lacking in color"; "the characters were delineated with exceptional vividness"
shrillness - the quality of being sharp or harsh to the senses; "the shrillness of her hair color"
4.interest - a fixed charge for borrowing money; usually a percentage of the amount borrowed; "how much interest do you pay on your mortgage?"
fixed charge, fixed cost, fixed costs - a periodic charge that does not vary with business volume (as insurance or rent or mortgage payments etc.)
compound interest - interest calculated on both the principal and the accrued interest
simple interest - interest paid on the principal alone
5.interest - (law) a right or legal share of something; a financial involvement with something; "they have interests all over the world"; "a stake in the company's future"
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
share, percentage, portion, part - assets belonging to or due to or contributed by an individual person or group; "he wanted his share in cash"
grubstake - funds advanced to a prospector or to someone starting a business in return for a share of the profits
controlling interest - ownership of more than 50% of a corporation's voting shares
insurable interest - an interest in a person or thing that will support the issuance of an insurance policy; an interest in the survival of the insured or in the preservation of the thing that is insured
vested interest - (law) an interest in which there is a fixed right to present or future enjoyment and that can be conveyed to another
security interest - any interest in a property that secures the payment of an obligation
terminable interest - an interest in property that terminates under specific conditions
undivided interest, undivided right - the interest in property owned by tenants whereby each tenant has an equal right to enjoy the entire property
fee - an interest in land capable of being inherited
equity - the ownership interest of shareholders in a corporation
reversion - (law) an interest in an estate that reverts to the grantor (or his heirs) at the end of some period (e.g., the death of the grantee)
right - (frequently plural) the interest possessed by law or custom in some intangible thing; "mineral rights"; "film rights"
6.interest - (usually plural) a social group whose members control some field of activity and who have common aimsinterest - (usually plural) a social group whose members control some field of activity and who have common aims; "the iron interests stepped up production"
plural, plural form - the form of a word that is used to denote more than one
social group - people sharing some social relation
special interest - an individual or group who are concerned with some particular part of the economy and who try to influence legislators or bureaucrats to act in their favor
vested interest - groups that seek to control a social system or activity from which they derive private benefit
7.interest - a diversion that occupies one's time and thoughts (usually pleasantly)interest - a diversion that occupies one's time and thoughts (usually pleasantly); "sailing is her favorite pastime"; "his main pastime is gambling"; "he counts reading among his interests"; "they criticized the boy for his limited pursuits"
diversion, recreation - an activity that diverts or amuses or stimulates; "scuba diving is provided as a diversion for tourists"; "for recreation he wrote poetry and solved crossword puzzles"; "drug abuse is often regarded as a form of recreation"
Verb1.interest - excite the curiosity of; engage the interest of
engage, engross, occupy, absorb - consume all of one's attention or time; "Her interest in butterflies absorbs her completely"
arouse, elicit, evoke, provoke, enkindle, kindle, fire, raise - call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses); "arouse pity"; "raise a smile"; "evoke sympathy"
spellbind, transfix, fascinate, grip - to render motionless, as with a fixed stare or by arousing terror or awe; "The snake charmer fascinates the cobra"
bore, tire - cause to be bored
2.interest - be on the mind of; "I worry about the second Germanic consonant shift"
3.interest - be of importance or consequenceinterest - be of importance or consequence; "This matters to me!"
concern, have to do with, pertain, bear on, come to, touch on, refer, relate, touch - be relevant to; "There were lots of questions referring to her talk"; "My remark pertained to your earlier comments"
fascinate, intrigue - cause to be interested or curious

interest

noun
3. (often plural) hobby, activity, pursuit, entertainment, relaxation, recreation, amusement, preoccupation, diversion, pastime, leisure activity He developed a wide range of sporting interests.
4. (often plural) advantage, good, benefit, profit, gain, boot (dialect) Did the Directors act in the best interests of their club?
5. (often plural) business, concern, matter, affair The family controls large dairy interests.
6. stake, investment The West has an interest in promoting democratic forces.
7. returns, profits, dividends Does your current account pay interest?
verb
1. arouse your curiosity, engage, appeal to, fascinate, move, involve, touch, affect, attract, grip, entertain, absorb, intrigue, amuse, divert, rivet, captivate, catch your eye, hold the attention of, engross This part of the book interests me in particular.
arouse your curiosity bore, tire, weary, burden, repel, irk
2. (with in) sell, persuade to buy In the meantime, can I interest you in a new car?
in the interest(s) of for the sake of, on behalf of, on the part of, to the advantage of We must all work together in the interest of national stability.

interest

noun
1. Mental acquisitiveness:
Idiom: thirst for knowledge.
2. Curiosity about or attention to someone or something:
3. Something that contributes to or increases one's well-being.Often used in plural:
4. A right or legal share in something:
verb
To arouse the interest and attention of:
Slang: turn on.
Translations
إِهْتِمَامٌإهْتِمامرِبْحٌسَهْم تِجاريفائِدَه ، رِبا
zájemúrokzajímatvzbudit zájemkruhy
interesseinteressererenteinteressegruppeandel
interesiinteresointerezo
kiinnostaakiinnostuskorkomielenkiinto
kamatezanimanjezanimati
érdekkamatérdekeltségérdekeltté teszérdeklődés
áhugamáláhugihagsmunahópurhlutur, hlutabréfvekja áhuga
利息興味興味を引く興味を起こさせる関心
관심이익흥미를 갖게 하다
besidomintisdaugiau nebesidomėtidomintiįdomiaikieno nors labui
aizraušanāsdaļaieinteresētintereseintereses
kruhyúrokúrokovývzbudiť záujemzaujímať
interesobrestizanimanjezanimati
interes
intresseintresseraränta
ความสนใจดอกเบี้ยทำให้สนใจ
faizilgiilgilendirmekilgilenmekilgisini çekmek
gây sự chú ýsự quan tâmtiền lãi

interest

[ˈɪntrɪst]
A. N
1. (= curiosity) → interés m
to arouse sb's interestdespertar el interés de algn
to have an interest in sthestar interesado en algo
I have no further interest in talking to themya no estoy interesado en hablar con ellos
to lose interest (in sth)perder el interés (por or en algo)
of interest the guidebook describes all the places of interestla guía describe todos los lugares de interés
it is of no interest to usno nos interesa
is this of any interest to you?¿te interesa esto?
I'm doing it just out of interestlo hago simplemente porque me interesa
just out of interest, how much did it cost?por simple curiosidad, ¿cuánto costó?
to show (an) interest (in sth/sb)mostrar interés (por or en algo/por algn)
to take an interest in sth/sbinteresarse por or en algo/por algn
he took no interest in his childrenno se interesaba por sus hijos
2. (= hobby) → interés m
my main interest is readingmi interés principal or mi pasatiempo favorito es la lectura
what are your interests?¿qué cosas te interesan?
special interest holidaysvacaciones fpl de grupos con un interés común
3. (= profit, advantage) → interés m
a conflict of interestsun conflicto de intereses
in sb's interest(s) it is in your own interest to confesste conviene confesar
it is not in his interest to sell the houseno le conviene vender la casa
they acted in the best interests of their membersobraron en el mejor interés de sus miembros
in the interests of hygienepor razones de higiene
in the interests of national unitycon el fin de preservar la unidad nacional
see also heart A1
see also public A2
see also vested
4. (= share, stake) (gen) → interés m; (in company) → participación f
he has sold his interest in the companyha vendido su participación en la empresa
British interests in the Middle Eastlos intereses británicos en el Medio Oriente
he has business interests abroadtiene negocios en el extranjero
to have a controlling/financial interest in a companytener una participación mayoritaria/tener acciones en una compañía
to have an interest in sth (gen) → tener interés or estar interesado en algo; (in company) → tener participación en algo
the West has an interest in promoting democracy thereOccidente tiene interés or está interesado en promover allí la democracia
5. (Fin) (on loan, shares, savings) → interés m
to bear interestdevengar or dar intereses
it bears interest at 5%devenga or da un interés del 5%
compound interestinterés m compuesto
to earn interestcobrar intereses
the interest on an investmentlos intereses de una inversión
simple interestinterés m simple
shares that yield a high interestacciones fpl que rinden bien
to repay sth/sb with interest I repaid his bad manners with interest!¡le devolví los malos modales con creces!
B. VT
1. (= arouse interest) → interesar
it may interest you to know thatpuede que te interese saber que ...
can I interest you in a new car?¿estaría interesado en comprar un coche nuevo?
2. (= concern) → interesar
the struggle against inflation interests us allla lucha contra la inflación nos interesa a todos
C. CPD interest charges NPLintereses mpl
interest group Ngrupo m de gente con un mismo interés
interest payments NPLpago m de intereses
interest rate Ntipo m or tasa f de interés

interest

[ˈɪntrəst]
n
(gen)intérêt m
a lively interest → un vif intérêt
There has been a lively interest in the elections → Les élections ont suscité un vif intérêt.
to take an interest in sth/sb → s'intéresser à qch/qn
He remembers when he started to take an interest in girls → Il se rappelle l'époque où il commençait à s'intéresser aux filles.
to take an active interest in sth → s'intéresser activement à qch
people who have taken an active interest in the project → des personnes qui se sont intéressées activement au projet
to show an interest in sth/sb → manifester de l'intérêt pour qch/qn
to show a great interest in sth → manifester beaucoup d'intérêt pour qch
He showed a great interest in animals → Il manifestait beaucoup d'intérêt pour les animaux.
to show no interest in sth/sb → se désintéresser de qch/qn
At first, she showed no interest in him → Au début, elle se désintéressait de lui.
to lose interest → se lasser
She'd liked him at first, but soon lost interest → Elle l'aimait bien au début mais elle s'est vite lassée.
to lose interest in sb/sth → se lasser de qn/qch
to be of no interest to sb → ne présenter aucun intérêt pour qn
to be of not the slightest interest to sb → ne pas présenter le moindre intérêt pour qn
Food was of not the slightest interest to her → La nourriture ne présentait pas le moindre intérêt pour elle.
(= hobby) → centre m d'intérêt
What interests do you have? → Quels sont tes centres d'intérêt?
My main interest is music → Mon principal centre d'intérêt, c'est la musique.
His interests include cooking and photography → Il compte la cuisine et la photographie parmi ses centres d'intérêt.
(= motive) to have an interest in doing sth → avoir intérêt à faire qch
They have an interest in promoting free trade → Ils ont intérêt à promouvoir le libre échange.
in the interests of (= in order to achieve)
in the interests of stability → dans l'intérêt de la stabilité
(on loan, deposit)intérêts mpl
the interest on the loan → les intérêts sur le prêt
to pay interest on sth [borrower] → payer des intérêts sur qch
to pay interest [account] → rapporter des intérêts
Does your current account pay interest? → Votre compte courant rapporte-t-il des intérêts? interest payment
(= stake, share) (in company)participation f, intérêts mpl
business interests → intérêts mpl commerciaux controlling interest interests
npl (financial)intérêts mpl
British interests in the Middle East → les intérêts britanniques au Moyen-Orient
This compromise would be in the interests of the fishing industry → Ce compromis servirait les intérêts de l'industrie de la pêche., Ce compromis serait dans les intérêts de l'industrie de la pêche.
to be in the interests of sb → être dans l'intérêt de qn
to protect sb's interests → protéger les intérêts de qn
to protect one's interests → protéger ses intérêts
vtintéresser
It doesn't interest me → Ça ne m'intéresse pas.
Young people should always look for work which interests them → Les jeunes gens devraient toujours rechercher un travail qui les intéresse.
It may interest you to know that
BUT Vous serez peut-être intéressé d'apprendre que.
to interest sb in sth [+ proposition] → intéresser qn à qch

interest

n
Interesse nt; do you have any interest in chess?interessieren Sie sich für Schach?, haben Sie Interesse an Schach (dat)?; to take/feel an interest in somebody/somethingsich für jdn/etw interessieren; after that he took no further interest in us/itdanach war er nicht mehr an uns (dat)/daran interessiert; to show (an) interest in somebody/somethingInteresse für jdn/etw zeigen; is it of any interest to you? (= do you want it?)sind Sie daran interessiert?; just for interestnur aus Interesse, nur interessehalber; he has lost interester hat das Interesse verloren; what are your interests?was sind Ihre Interessen(gebiete)?; his interests are …er interessiert sich für …
(= importance)Interesse nt(to für); matters of vital interest to the economyDinge plvon lebenswichtiger Bedeutung or lebenswichtigem Interesse für die Wirtschaft
(= advantage, welfare)Interesse nt; to act in somebody’s/one’s own (best) interest(s)in jds/im eigenen Interesse handeln; in the interest(s) of somebodyin jds Interesse (dat); in the interest(s) of somethingim Interesse einer Sache (gen); the public interestdas öffentliche Wohl; in the public interestim öffentlichen Interesse
(Fin) → Zinsen pl; interest on an investmentZinsen aus einer Kapitalanlage; rate of interestZinssatz m; to bear interest at 4%4% Zinsen tragen, mit 4% verzinst sein; to repay a loan with interestein Darlehen mit Zins und Zinseszins zurückzahlen; to return somebody’s kindness with interest (fig)jds Freundlichkeit vielfach erwidern; I’ll pay him back with interest (fig)ich werde es ihm mit Zinsen heimzahlen
(Comm: = share, stake) → Anteil m; (= interest group)Kreise pl, → Interessentengruppe f; shipping/oil interests (= shares)Reederei-/Ölanteile pl; (= people)Reedereikreise pl/Vertreter plvon Ölinteressen; the landed interest(s)die Landbesitzer pl, → die Gutsbesitzer pl; he has a financial interest in the companyer ist finanziell an der Firma beteiligt; British trading interestsbritische Handelsinteressen pl; German interests in Africadeutsche Interessen plin Afrika; America has an interest in helping Russia with its economyAmerika hat ein Interesse daran, Russland Wirtschaftshilfe zu geben
vtinteressieren (→ in für, an +dat); to interest somebody in doing somethingjdn dafür interessieren, etw zu tun; can I interest you in a drink?kann ich Sie zu etwas Alkoholischem überreden?; to interest somebody in politics etcjds Interesse an or für Politik etc wecken, jdn für Politik etc interessieren; to interest oneself in somebody/somethingsich für jdn/etw interessieren

interest

:
interest account
nZinsenkonto nt
interest-bearing
adj loanverzinslich; account, investmentmit Zinsertrag, zinsbringend
interest coupon
nZinsabschnitt m, → Zinsschein m

interest

:
interest-free
adj, advzinslos, zinsfrei
interest group

interest

:
interest instalment, (US) interest installment
nZinsrate f
interest rate
n (Fin) → Zinssatz m; interest policyZinspolitik f
interest statement
nZinsaufstellung f

interest

[ˈɪntrɪst]
1. n
a. (involvement, curiosity) → interesse m
to have or take an interest in sth → interessarsi di or a qc
to have or take no interest in sth → non interessarsi di qc
to be of interest to sb → interessare qn
to lose interest in sth → perdere l'interesse per qc
I have lost interest in motor racing → le corse automobilistiche non mi interessano più
b. (profit, advantage) → interesse m
in one's own interest(s) → nel proprio interesse
to act in sb's interest(s) → agire nell'interesse di qn
to have a vested interest in sth → essere direttamente interessato/a in or a qc
in the public interest → nell'interesse pubblico
c. (Comm) (stake, share) → interessi mpl
business interests → attività fpl commerciali
British interests in the Middle East → gli interessi britannici nel Medio Oriente
d. (Comm) (on loan, shares) → interesse m
compound/simple interest → interesse composto/semplice
at an interest of 5% → all'interesse del 5%
to bear interest at 5% → fruttare il 5% (di interesse)
to lend at interest → prestare denaro a interesse
2. vtinteressare
to interest o.s. in sth → interessarsi a qc
to interest sb in sth → (fare) interessare qn a qc

interest

(ˈintrəst) , ((American) ˈintərist) noun
1. curiosity; attention. That newspaper story is bound to arouse interest.
2. a matter, activity etc that is of special concern to one. Gardening is one of my main interests.
3. money paid in return for borrowing a usually large sum of money. The (rate of) interest on this loan is eight per cent; (also adjective) the interest rate.
4. (a share in the ownership of) a business firm etc. He bought an interest in the night-club.
5. a group of connected businesses which act together to their own advantage. I suspect that the scheme will be opposed by the banking interest (= all the banks acting together).
verb
1. to arouse the curiosity and attention of; to be of importance or concern to. Political arguments don't interest me at all.
2. (with in) to persuade to do, buy etc. Can I interest you in (buying) this dictionary?
ˈinterested adjective
1. (often with in) showing attention or having curiosity. He's not interested in politics; Don't tell me any more – I'm not interested; I'll be interested to see what happens next week.
2. (often with in) willing, or wanting, to do, buy etc. Are you interested in (buying) a second-hand car?
3. personally involved in a particular business, project etc and therefore likely to be anxious about decisions made regarding it. You must consult the other interested parties (= the other people involved).
ˈinteresting (negative uninteresting) adjective
an interesting book.
ˈinterestingly adverb
in one's (own) interest
bringing, or in order to bring, advantage, benefit, help etc to oneself etc. It would be in our own interest to help him, as he may be able to help us later.
in the interest(s) of
in order to get, achieve, increase etc. The political march was banned in the interests of public safety.
lose interest
to stop being interested. He used to be very active in politics, but he's lost interest now.
take an interest
to be interested. I take a great interest in everything they do.

interest

إِهْتِمَامٌ, رِبْحٌ, يُثِيرُ إِهْتِمَامُ úrok, zájem, zajímat interesse, interessere, rente Interesse, interessieren, Zinsen ενδιαφέρον, ενδιαφέρω, τόκος interés, interesar kiinnostaa, kiinnostus, korko intéresser, intérêt, intérêts kamate, zanimanje, zanimati interessare, interesse 利息, 興味, 興味を起こさせる 관심, 이익, 흥미를 갖게 하다 interesse, interesseren, rente interesse, interessere, rente oprocentowanie, zainteresować, zainteresowanie interessar, interesse, juros доход, интерес, интересовать intresse, intressera, ränta ความสนใจ, ดอกเบี้ย, ทำให้สนใจ faiz, ilgi, ilgilenmek gây sự chú ý, sự quan tâm, tiền lãi 兴趣, 利息, 引发兴趣

interest

n. interés;
v.
to take an ___ ininteresarse por.
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Jo gave a despairing groan, and Meg laughed outright, while Beth let her bread burn as she watched the fun with interest.
You see the interest in all this lies in the figures that went before the eyes of the writer.
I am never able to believe that she has much feeling for the causes to which she lends her name and her fleeting interest.
His fresh color and sandy hair and quick-changing blue eyes are those of a young man, and his sympathetic, solicitous interest in women is as youthful as it is Western and American.
He thought it very discouraging that his wife, who was the sole object of his existence, evinced so little interest in things which concerned him, and valued so little his conversation.
That is if you're through telling me about my affairs," for Ned, who had formerly worked in the Shopton bank, had recently been made general financial man- ager of the interests of Tom and his father.
42) As a practical matter it may be difficult for an investor holding a minority interest to establish that et all relevant times at least 150 persons hold identical interests with a value of at least Cdn.
However, reviewers and editors are not automatically disqualified because of a competing financial interest.
The revised Article 9 defines, for the first time, a "cooperative interest" as an interest in a "cooperative organization," which is now coupled with the right to occupy (possessory rights of a proprietary nature) an identifiable physical space belonging to the cooperative corporation.
Authorization of increased flexibility in setting reserve requirements would allow the Federal Reserve to consider exploring at some point the possibility of reducing reserve requirements below the minimum levels currently allowed by law, provided we are also granted the authority to pay interest on contractual clearing balances to ensure a stable and predictable demand for the remaining deposit balances at the Federal Reserve, an essential pillar for the effective implementation of monetary policy.
But if you decide to make payments instead, you get hit with a huge amount of interest, sometimes as high as 24 percent a year.
The inclusion of government as a stakeholder confirms what has long been obvious to libertarians: Government has become an interest group unto itself, with ambitions just as self-seeking as any private interest group's.

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