subvention

[n] - grant of financial aid as from a government to an educational institution 2. [n] - the act or process of providing aid or help of any sort
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Subvention

• (n.) The act of coming under. • (n.) The act of relieving, as of a burden; support; aid; assistance; help. • (n.) A government aid or bounty. • (v. t.) To subventionize.
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subvention

subvent verb guarantee financial support of; `The opera tour was subvented by a bank`
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subvention

noun the act or process of providing aid or help of any sort
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Subvention

SubĀ·ven'tion noun [ French, from Late Latin subventio , from Latin subvenire to come up to one's assistance, to assist. See Souvenir , and confer Subvene .] 1. The act of coming under. 'The subvention of a cloud.' Stackhouse. 2. The act of ...
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subvention

granting of money in aid
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subvention

subvention 1. A sum of money given by an official body such as a government; especially, to an institution of learning, study, or research. 2. The giving of help or support, especially financial. 3. The granting of pecuniary aid for the support of an undertaking.
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