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tr.v. sub·vent·ed, sub·vent·ing, sub·vents
To provide or support with a subvention.

[Latin subvenīre, subvent-, to come to help; see subvention.]
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Verb1.subvent - guarantee financial support ofsubvent - guarantee financial support of; "The opera tour was subvented by a bank"
guarantee, undertake - promise to do or accomplish; "guarantee to free the prisoners"
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This is one of those fortunate cases where a good idea--to take advantage of the richness of the surviving resources to fill out our picture of mid-level humanism--was joined with top-level scholars able to do the work and with financial resources adequate to fund the research and subvent its presentation.
We can't subvent heating providers, water providers, their losses and everything else.
Wall, like Barrie, was required to subvent publication of his book; Lester was given a royalty of 20 per cent but only after the first 1000 copies had sold; Dowling received a flat 10 per cent royalty but denied the advance he requested, the publisher explaining that 'the sale of shilling books is so uncertain now'.
people or affiliates see how many people they can sign up, and maybe also see if College Board would subvent memberships for AP readers.