- 01. Beer companies often [sponsor] large sporting events.02. A major corporation has withdrawn its [sponsorship] of the sporting event due to rumors of drug use by the athletes.03. Sports Traders [sponsored] our neighborhood badminton tournament, giving us a couple of gift certificates as prizes, and a discount on our purchase of racquets.04. Would you like to [sponsor] me for the skate-a-thon to raise money for flood victims in Venezuela?05. Many sporting events are [sponsored] by cigarette companies, which pay thousands of dollars to have their name associated with the event.06. We are looking for a [sponsor] to help fund our local soccer team.07. The Food Site is an Internet site which is [sponsored] by a number of businesses, and which donates food to starving children in the developing world.08. A local fast-food restaurant has agreed to [sponsor] our neighborhood girl's softball team.09. The festival has been saved thanks to the [sponsorship] of a number of major corporations.10. Would you like to [sponsor] me in a run to raise money for cancer research?11. Over the years, sporting goods manufacturer Nike has spent more than one billion dollars to [sponsor] athletes and teams around the world.12. In a sense, everyone in the nation of Bhutan is a [sponsor] of the arts because everyone gives donations to monasteries, and helps to fund festivals.13. Many businesses in Norway [sponsor] athletic teams in a number of sports.14. Our [sponsorship] of the event is designed to generate more goodwill towards our organization.15. The U.S. is accusing the country's leader of [sponsoring] terrorism.16. Someone once remarked that one of the best things about reading is that the exciting part will never be interrupted by a word from the [sponsor].17. Restrictions on tobacco advertising and [sponsorship] are key parts of a global treaty being organized by the World Health Organization to reduce smoking.
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Sponsor — Sponsor … Deutsch Wörterbuch
sponsor — [ spɔ̃sɔr; spɔnsɔr ] n. m. • 1954; mot angl. « parrrain » ♦ Anglic. Personne, organisme qui soutient financièrement une entreprise à des fins publicitaires. Recomm. offic. ⇒ commanditaire, parrain, parraineur. Sponsor d un voilier, d un coureur,… … Encyclopédie Universelle
sponsor — spon·sor n 1: a legislator who introduces and supports a legislative proposal (as a bill or amendment) 2: a person who assumes responsibility for some other person (as an immigrant) or thing 3 a: one that securitizes assets b: one that promotes,… … Law dictionary
Sponsor — Научная классификация промежуточные ранги Домен: … Википедия
sponsor — spónsor s. m., pl. spónsori Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic SPÓNSOR sponsori m. Persoană, organizaţie, firmă etc. care susţine financiar o acţiune, în scop publicitar. /<engl. sponsor Trimis de siveco, 22.08.2004.… … Dicționar Român
Sponsor — Sm Geldgeber, Gönner per. Wortschatz fach. (20. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus ne. sponsor, eigentlich Unterstützer, Pate , dieses aus l. spōnsor Bürge , zu l. spondēre (spōnsum) versprechen, verpflichten . Ebenso nndl. sponsor, nfrz. sponsor,… … Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache
sponsor — n Sponsor, patron, surety, guarantor, backer, angel are comparable when they denote a person who in a greater or less degree accepts responsibility for another person or for a particular venture or undertaking. Sponsor usually implies public… … New Dictionary of Synonyms
Sponsor — or sponsorship may refer to: Sponsor (commercial), supporter of an event, activity, or person Sponsor (legislative), a person who introduces a bill Sponsor (song), a song by Teairra Marí Child sponsorship, form of charitable giving Sponsor of… … Wikipedia
Sponsor — Sponsor: Das Fremdwort bezeichnet einen »Förderer, Geldgeber«, aber auch eine »Person oder Gruppe, die Rundfunk oder Fernsehsendungen (zu Werbezwecken) finanziert«. Es wurde in der Mitte des 20. Jh.s aus gleichbed. engl. sponsor übernommen. Lat.… … Das Herkunftswörterbuch
sponsor — (n.) 1650s, from L.L. sponsor sponsor in baptism, in Latin a surety, guarantee, from sponsus, pp. of spondere give assurance, promise solemnly (see SPONDEE (Cf. spondee)). Sense of person who pays for a radio (or, after 1947, TV) program is first … Etymology dictionary
sponsor — [spän′sər] n. [L, surety < spondere, to promise solemnly < IE base * spend , to bring a libation, vow > Gr spendein, to promise, spondē, libation] 1. a person or agency that undertakes certain responsibilities in connection with some… … English World dictionary