- vt. 捐钱,捐赠,资助 provide (a hospital, college, etc.) with a usually large amount of money that gives a continuing income
- vt. 使(某人)天生具有(好资质、能力等) provide with (a good quality or ability) from birth
give qualities or abilities to
furnish with an endowment;
"When she got married, she got dowered"
- I can only endow 100 dollors at most.
- He endowed the hospital with a large fortune.
- She both built and endowed the hospital.
- He is endowed with literary talent.
- The long history and the splendid culture endow it with profoundness.
- This advantage endows the nuclear weapon with deterrent power.
- For God did not endow her with wisdom or give her a share of good sense.
- He endowed a bed in a hospital.
- This country is favorably endowed climatically.
- She is richly endowed by nature.
- endow with (v.+prep.)
give (sb/sth) a gift or quality of (sth such as an ability) 赋予…(天资、美德等)
Wealth could not be more nobly used than in..endowing a number of fellowships.出自： B. Pym