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contribute

(Assist), verb abet, accommodate, advance, advise, afford aid, aid, assist, assist substannially, be a party to, be helpful, be of service, bear a part, bring aid, conduce, cooperate, encourage, enter into, furrish aid, give aid, help, intercede for, join in, lend assistance, minister, partake, partake of, participate, prodesse, render help, serve, stand by, subscribe to, succor, support, take an active part in, tend
Associated concepts: contributing cause, contributing to delinquency of a minor, contributing to support a dependent

contribute

(Indemnify), verb compensate, give back, indemnity, make compensation, make reparation, make restitution, pay back, pay damages, recompense, remit, remunerate, restore, return, satisfy, tender

contribute

(Supply), verb accord, add, administer, afford, allot, assign, award, bequeath, bequest, bestow, cede, commit, confer, consign, convey, deed, deliver, devote, dispense, dispose of, dole out, donate, endow, enrich, equip, furnish, give, give away, grant, hand over, impart, invest, mete out, pass down, pay, present, proffer, relinquish, remit, render, share, subsidize, supply, tender, transmit, will
Associated concepts: contributed capital, contributing fault, contributing negligence, contributing proximate cause
See also: abet, administer, assist, bear, benefit, bequeath, bestow, capitalize, convey, cooperate, create, defray, dole, endow, fund, furnish, give, grant, help, inure, involve, participate, pay, present, profit, provide, redound, render, replenish, spend, subsidize, supply, support, transfer, yield
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The rules on who can contribute and how much to deductible and Roth IRAs can be found in IRS Publication 590 at www.
The notion that our healthcare settings contribute to the amplification of infectious disease contradicts our expectations.
Teaching multicultural diversity can exacerbate anxiety and contribute to resistance (Jackson, 1999; Tatum, 1992).
Artificial sweeteners used in diet pops are not metabolized by oral bacteria and, therefore, diet pops do not contribute to the caries experience.
There appears to be growing recognition that women leaders contribute, not only to the social well being of our communities and of our country, but also to economic wealth, job creation, innovation and leadership in many key areas of our economy.
For example, assume that a shareholder organizes a corporation and contributes as its only asset a building with a basis of $50 and a fair market value of $100; the property is subject to a mortgage debt of $90.
6 liter modular V-8 engines provide an example of how silicone gaskets contribute to a powerplant that produces far less noise than its predecessors.
Why, everything that I ate, thought, read, did seemed in some way to contribute to the systematic destruction of the ecosystem and the Amazon Rain Forest and the vast plains of central Africa.
Further, users can ask or answer specific questions and contribute directly to the body of knowledge by writing posts into the search engine that are displayed directly on the results page.
Kaufman said the company was allowed to contribute because it's not a lobbying firm.