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Definition of "disinvest" [disinvest]

  • To reduce investment, or cease to invest (verb)

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Use "disinvest" in a sentence
  • "Another way to legally "disinvest" in the System and reinvest in the homesteads of Christendom."
  • "And we'll keep investing in the parts of the business that we think will grow and obviously there are parts of the business which have changed and you kind of disinvest a little bit and that would be in areas you know about, parts of the securitized products, some structured products, etc. where you're just not going to have the volumes you had before."
  • "A few years ago I was involved in a campaign to stop companies doing business with the military dictatorship in Burma - in support of Burma's democrats who had called for foreign companies to disinvest."