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kifu
noun, suru verb

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English Meaning(s) for 寄付

noun, suru verb
  1. contribution; donation

Definition and Synonyms for 寄付

Contribution act of giving in common with others for a common purpose especially to a charity
Synonyms: カンパ, 出捐, 合力, 奉加, 寄付, 寄贈, 寄進, 寄金, 拠出, 拠金, 棄捐, 献納, 献金, 義捐, 醵出, 醵金
Donate give to a charity or good cause
Synonyms: カンパ, 出捐, 喜捨, 寄付, 寄贈, 寄進, 恵む, 拠金, 施す, 献金
Give contribute to some cause
Synonyms: カンパ, 寄付, 寄贈, 寄進, 拠出, 拠金, 献じる, 献ずる, 献金
Contribution an amount of money contributed
Synonyms: カンパ, 出捐, 寄付, 寄付金, 寄進, 寄金, 拠出, 拠金, 浄財, 献金, 義捐, 義援金, 義金, 醵出, 醵金
Contribution a voluntary gift (as of money or service or ideas) made to some worthwhile cause
Synonyms: 寄付, 寄付金, 寄稿, 寄金, 献金

Meanings for each kanji in 寄付

draw near; stop in; bring near; gather; collect; send; forward Kanji Details »
adhere; attach; refer to; append Kanji Details »

Categories 寄付 is a member of

Giving the act of giving
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Give transfer possession of something concrete or abstract to somebody
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Give give as a present
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Gift something acquired without compensation
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Sum a quantity of money
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 寄付

Sample Sentences for 寄付

Giving such large contributions to charities made him feel that he had a feather in his cap.
He contributed much money to relieving the poor.
The money you give them will be put to good use.
He contributed a lot of money for the sake of art.
She contributed to the Red Cross.

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