Definition Of subsidise

verb

support (an organization or activity) financially.

it was beyond the power of a state to subsidize a business

Example Of subsidise

  • All right, suppose the majority decide they want to subsidise fuel prices so that it's cheaper to run a car, rather than taxing fuel.

  • Already before it for consideration and approval are two critical options: subsidising the cost of food and pursuing bulk imports of food.

  • And they subsidise their political activities with the proceeds of crime.

  • As an Irish taxpayer, I subsidise that support structure while new moms who work beside me cannot get State help for child support.

  • ‘I only wish I could somehow test and comply for alcohol and gambling, too, since there shouldn't be taxpayer subsidization of any of these unnecessary vices,’ Seifert said.


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