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Synonyms for contribute

contribute to something

Synonyms

  • be partly responsible for
  • lead to
  • be instrumental in
  • be conducive to
  • conduce to
  • help

Synonyms for contribute

to give in common with others

to present as a gift to a charity or cause

to have a share, as in an act or result; have a hand in

Synonyms for contribute

contribute to some cause

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be conducive to

provide

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While lack of sterile supplies is important, unnecessary injections and poor understanding of infection control principles and practices also contribute to the spread of bloodborne viruses.
Learning that contributes to students' emancipation can be anxiety provoking (Brookfield, 1990; Mezirow, 1990).
Artificial sweeteners used in diet pops are not metabolized by oral bacteria and, therefore, diet pops do not contribute to the caries experience.
There appears to be growing recognition that women leaders contribute, not only to the social well being of our communities and of our country, but also to economic wealth, job creation, innovation and leadership in many key areas of our economy.
If a taxpayer contributes $2,000 to an IRA beginning at age 19 (assuming he or she has sufficient earned income) and continues contributing for seven more years, that $16,000 investment will be worth $2,043,715 when the taxpayer reaches age 65 (assuming a 12% rate of return).
The presence of a third party (either the note swapper or a bank) serves to value the note, but it does not change the underlying economics of the transaction for a creditworthy taxpayer that could otherwise contribute its own note to the corporation.
Generally, you can contribute (and deduct) up to 20% of your self-employment income.
These findings support previous research that organizational factors contribute to the development of frustration, and perhaps to burnout (Arches, 1997, Jayaratne, et.
A contributes two parcels of land, each with a basis of $25,000 and an FMV of $50,000.
721 nor 731 will apply; the distribution of cash and other property by a partnership to a partner who later contributes it to an LLC will be treated as a sale of previously contributed property to the partnership.
The Bank of America Foundation contributes financial assistance to nonprofit institutions and organizations that enhance the quality of life and promote the public interest in the areas where the company conducts its business.
A charitable bailout occurs when a shareholder contributes stock in another closely held corporation to a charity and that stock is later redeemed from the charity by the corporation.
After all, if the donor waits to contribute until the assets grow to a certain level, the deduction will be greater (which may reduce the donor's income tax) and, if he or she contributes the long-term appreciated assets directly to the charitable organization, there will be no capital gain.