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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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Still more can be learned, he adds, by asking clients questions about the reasons underpinning their contributable donations.
For the trainee it is important to facilitate teaching and learning by appearing keen, actively seeking a contributable role and communicating with the consultant.
Preindex and postindex costs contributable to erectile dysfunction for patients who refilled their sildenafil prescription compared with those who switched to another phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE-5) inhibitor.
Thus, the observed reductions in resting BP may result from reductions in peripheral vascular resistance, which may be contributable to an overall change of autonomic nervous system activity, and/or some changes in stroke volume.
Nevertheless, economic effect was noted the next year, contributable to an after-effect of compost.
A review of research in distance education indicates that results are consistent in that there is no significant difference in achievement contributable to the delivery system.