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share·hold·er

 (shâr′hōl′dər)
n.
One that owns a share or shares of a company or investment fund. Also called shareowner.

share′hold′ing n.
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shareholder

(ˈʃɛəˌhəʊldə)
n
(Stock Exchange) the owner of one or more shares in a company
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share•hold•er

(ˈʃɛərˌhoʊl dər)

n.
a person, company, etc., that owns shares of stock in a company or corporation.
[1785–95]
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shareholder

stockholder
Dictionary of Unfamiliar Words by Diagram Group Copyright © 2008 by Diagram Visual Information Limited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.shareholder - someone who holds shares of stock in a corporation
investor - someone who commits capital in order to gain financial returns
stockholder of record - the stockholder whose name is registered on the books of the corporation as owning the shares at a particular time
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Translations
مُسَاهِممُساهِم
akcionář
aktionær
osakkeenomistaja
dioničar
részvényes
hluthafi
株主
주주
akcionár
aktieägare
ผู้ถือหุ้น
cổ đông

shareholder

[ˈʃɛəˌhəʊldəʳ] Naccionista mf
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shareholder

[ˈʃɛərhəʊldər]
nactionnaire mf
modif [vote] → des actionnaires
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

shareholder

[ˈʃɛəˌhəʊldəʳ] nazionista m/f
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

share

(ʃeə) noun
1. one of the parts of something that is divided among several people etc. We all had a share of the cake; We each paid our share of the bill.
2. the part played by a person in something done etc by several people etc. I had no share in the decision.
3. a fixed sum of money invested in a business company by a ˈshareholder.
verb
1. (usually with among, ~between, ~with) to divide among a number of people. We shared the money between us.
2. to have, use etc (something that another person has or uses); to allow someone to use (something one has or owns). The students share a sitting-room; The little boy hated sharing his toys.
3. (sometimes with in) to have a share of with someone else. He wouldn't let her share the cost of the taxi.
ˈshareholder noun
a person who owns shares in a business company.
share and share alike
with everyone having an equal share. We divided the money between us, share and share alike.
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.

shareholder

مُسَاهِم akcionář aktionær Aktionär μέτοχος accionista osakkeenomistaja actionnaire dioničar azionista 株主 주주 aandeelhouder aksjonær udziałowiec acionista акционер aktieägare ผู้ถือหุ้น hisse sahibi cổ đông 股东
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I hope," he continued in a tone of kindly concern, "that you are not a shareholder in the Company."
"I don't exactly know about being a shareholder," the old man said nervously, "but I've certainly something to do with it.
His business talent was marked and before the end of his dramatic career he seems to have been receiving as manager, shareholder, playwright and actor, a yearly income equivalent to $25,000 in money of the present time.
But as for the proposal made by Levin--to take a part as shareholder with his laborers in each agricultural undertaking-- at this the bailiff simply expressed a profound despondency, and offered no definite opinion, but began immediately talking of the urgent necessity of carrying the remaining sheaves of rye the next day, and of sending the men out for the second ploughing, so that Levin felt that this was not the time for discussing it.
heart, or a shilling for a pair of chromolithographic pictures or delft figures to place on his mantelboard, suffered greater privation for the sake of possessing a work of art than the great landlord or shareholder who paid a thousand pounds, which he was too rich to miss, for a portrait that, like Hogarth's Jack Sheppard, was only interesting to students of criminal physiognomy.
Society is a joint-stock company, in which the members agree, for the better securing of his bread to each shareholder, to surrender the liberty and culture of the eater.
The shareholders are led on by the allurement of an enormous bounty, for they value these rich shipwrecks at five hundred millions."
I know the man who is appointed to be manager of this hotel when it is opened to the public; and I have such entire confidence in him that I have become one of the shareholders of the Company.'
And the shareholders and business interests might as well shut up squawking about how much they've been hurt.
The company consisted of twenty-three shareholders, or partners, but held in its employ about two thousand persons as clerks, guides, interpreters, and "voyageurs," or boatmen.
All hands--and there were twenty-eight-- were shareholders, in varying proportions, in the adventure.
The folly of the greater number of the commissioners and shareholders amounted to infatuation; -- a thousand pounds per annum given in some cases to entertain the Chilian authorities; libraries of well-bound geological books; miners brought out for particular metals, as tin, which are not found in Chile; contracts to supply the miners with milk, in parts where there are no cows; machinery, where it could not possibly be used; and a hundred similar arrangements, bore witness to our absurdity, and to this day afford amusement to the natives.