|one who bestows or grants; contributor, benefactor, one who gives an endowment||endower|
|aid or support, assistance, help; endowment, subsidy, grant or subsidy||subvention|
|American organization for female descendants of Colonialists who took part in the Revolutionary War (promotes education, volunteer service, the preservation of history, and grants scholarships)||DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution)|
|association, society; brotherhood; companionship; position of fellow (at a university); research grant, communion, financial endowment, graduate post, membership of university staff, similarity||fellowship|
|atom providing electrons for a bond, giver, contributor, one who donates, impurity added to semiconductor||donor|
|be a regular customer of, be arrogant, behave in a condescending manner; serve as a sponsor, serve as a benefactor, be condescending to, support somebody||patronize|
|belief that God bestows grace individually, commitment to one group, self-rule principle||particularism|
|benefactrix, woman who is a patron or sponsor, female person who is the giver of kind help to people in need, woman benefactor||benefactress|
|body of clergy, British school, college building or buildings, council; institution of higher education that grants degrees, faculty and students of college, institution of higher learning, part of British university, professional body, university scho...||college|
|contributor to political campaign, somebody rich||fat cat|
|contributor who is not regularly employed by a company, independent; soldier for hire (in the Middle Ages)||free lance|
|deprive of an endowment, take back endowment||disendow|
|endowment for performance of mass, money given to a priest for the saying of Mass for the soul of a person or persons; chapel for the saying of Mass||chantry|
|endowment, imparting, transmission; granting by will (property, etc.)||bequeathal|
|expert in grants||grantsman|
|generous giving of gifts; grant, endowment, contribution, donation, gift (also largess)||largesse|
|generous giving of gifts; grant, endowment, contribution, donation, gift (also largesse)||largess|
|giving of endowment, grant, award, donation; talent, gift, ability (furnished by God, nature, etc.), natural quality||endowment|
|granter of patent, one who patents, one who grants the exclusive right to an invention or design||patentor|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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