reinvestment

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re·in·vest

 (rē′ĭn-vĕst′)
tr.v. re·in·vest·ed, re·in·vest·ing, re·in·vests
To invest (capital or earnings) again, especially to invest (income from securities or funds) in additional shares.

re′in·vest′ment n.

reinvestment

(ˌriːɪnˈvɛstmənt)
n
(Banking & Finance) the act or an instance of putting back profits from a previous investment into the same enterprise
Translations

reinvestment

[ˈriːɪnˈvestmənt] Nreinversión f
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