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do·nate

 (dō′nāt′, dō-nāt′)
v. do·nat·ed, do·nat·ing, do·nates
v.tr.
1. To present as a gift to a fund or cause; contribute.
2. Medicine To provide (blood, tissue, or an organ) for transfusion, implantation, or transplant.
3. Chemistry To provide (an electron or atom, for example) for combination with an acceptor.
v.intr.
To make a contribution to a fund or cause.

[Back-formation from donation.]

do′na·tor n.
References in classic literature ?
de Treville knew nothing, except that the last time he had seen the cardinal, the king, and the queen, the cardinal looked very thoughtful, the king uneasy, and the redness of the queen's eyes donated that she had been sleepless or tearful.
A merchant in Hopeton last winter donated three hundred yards of wincey to the asylum.
Phyllis Winkelman of Steeleville was one of 44 people who donated blood Aug.
He said most employees of the Ministry of Health and Wellness always asked people to donate blood but they never donated.
More than 80 people donated blood on the day to mark the event.
Summary: The Emirati has donated nearly 40 times over these years.
Actress Maxene Magalona chopped off her waist-length hair and donated it to benefit cancer-stricken patients.
She lamented that the local community only donated blood when a relative or a friend had an emergency need for blood.
He said in few hours 127 blood bags were donated by the NUML.
ISLAMABAD -- National University of Modern Languages on Wednesday held a blood donation camp for thalassemia patients where students donated blood.
33,680 Units of blood donated kin 2017 in Manatee and Sarasota
Figures from NHS Blood and Transport reveal that 10,434 people donated blood in the city in 2017/18.