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spon·sor

 (spŏn′sər)
n.
1. One who assumes responsibility for another person or a group during a period of instruction, apprenticeship, or probation.
2. One who vouches for the suitability of a candidate for admission, as to an organization.
3. A legislator who proposes and urges adoption of a bill.
4. Christianity One who presents a candidate for baptism or confirmation; a godparent.
5. One that finances a project, event, or organization directed by another person or group, such as a business enterprise that pays for radio or television programming in return for advertising time.
tr.v. spon·sored, spon·sor·ing, spon·sors
To act as a sponsor for.

[Late Latin spōnsor, sponsor in baptism, from Latin, surety, from spōnsus, past participle of spondēre, to pledge; see spend- in Indo-European roots.]

spon·so′ri·al (-sôr′ē-əl) adj.
spon′sor·ship′ n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sponsorship - the act of sponsoring (either officially or financially)
support - aiding the cause or policy or interests of; "the president no longer has the support of his own party"; "they developed a scheme of mutual support"

sponsorship

noun
Aid or support given by a patron:
aegis, auspice (often used in plural), backing, patronage, patronization.
Translations
تَبَنٍّ، رِعايَه، كَفالَةٍرِعَايَة
sponzorství
sponsorat
sponsorointi
sponzorstvo
fjárstuîningur
後援
후원
sponzorstvo
sponsring
การอุปถัมภ์
sponsorlukfinansörlük
sự tài trợ

sponsorship

[ˈspɒnsəʃɪp] N
1. (= funding) [of event] → patrocinio m, auspicio m; [of studies, research] → financiación f
corporate sponsorship of the artspatrocinio de las artes por parte de empresas
a £10m sponsorship dealun contrato de patrocinio de 10 millones de libras
under the sponsorship of [event] → bajo los auspicios de, patrocinado por
2. (= support) → respaldo m, apoyo m
3. (= guaranteeing) → fianza f, aval m

sponsorship

[ˈspɒnsərʃɪp]
n
[sporting event, exhibition, festival] → sponsoring m, parrainage m; [student] → financement m des études; [athlete, artist] → parrainage m, sponsoring m
(POLITICS) [bill, proposal] → présentation f
modif [deal, package, scheme] → de sponsorisation, de sponsoring; [money] → de sponsors

sponsorship

n
Unterstützung f; (financial also) → Förderung f, → Sponsern nt; (of future member)Bürgschaft f; (of membership, bill)Befürwortung f, → Empfehlung f; (Rad, TV: of programme) → Finanzierung f; (Sport, of event) → Finanzierung f; he got into the club under my sponsorshipdurch or auf meine Empfehlung kam er in den Klub

sponsorship

[ˈspɒnsəˌʃɪp] n (financial backing) → promozione f; (of arts, events) → sponsorizzazione f; (of candidate) → sostegno

sponsor

(ˈsponsə) verb
1. to take on the financial responsibility for (a person, project etc), often as a form of advertising or for charity. The firm sponsors several golf tournaments.
2. to promise (a person) that one will pay a certain sum of money to a charity etc if that person completes a set task (eg a walk, swim etc).
noun
a person, firm etc that acts in this way.
ˈsponsorship noun
(the money given as) the act of sponsoring.

sponsorship

رِعَايَة sponzorství sponsorat Trägerschaft χορηγία patrocinio sponsorointi parrainage sponzorstvo sponsorizzazione 後援 후원 sponsorschap sponsing sponsorowanie patrocínio спонсорство sponsring การอุปถัมภ์ sponsorluk sự tài trợ 赞助
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