verb (used with object), sub·si·dized, sub·si·diz·ing.
Origin of subsidize
Related Words for subsidizeunderwrite, finance, contribute, fund, bankroll, sponsor, promote, help, support, stake, back, grubstake, endow, angel, juice
Examples from the Web for subsidize
Contemporary Examples of subsidize
For example, he suggests that instead of heavily subsidizing corn, the government could subsidize more ethical food producers.The Bioethicist Turned Butcher
September 28, 2014
The Jewish State will spend millions more to subsidize the controversial procedure this year.U.S. Pro-Life Groups Bite Their Tongues as Israel Expands Abortion Coverage
January 8, 2014
Asking municipalities to subsidize his business so he can maximize his profits.Bankruptcy Hasn’t Stopped Detroit’s Plan for Public Funding of New Sports Stadium
December 4, 2013
Yes, the state is unwilling to expand a government program, but it will do more to subsidize private health insurance.Without Massive Republican Opposition, Obamacare Would Be in Better Shape
November 18, 2013
He proposed using some unspent funds to subsidize flood insurance.Weiner’s Desperate Rockaway Trip
August 1, 2013
Historical Examples of subsidize
The municipalities were to promote their creation and to subsidize them.Syndicalism in France
And thenwhat did he subsidize these gunmen for if not for such an emergency as this?The Heart of Canyon Pass
Thomas K. Holmes
Do you think that in the world we live in one can subsidize a Divinity, a first-class one, for that price?The Surprises of Life
Men buy and sell their millions, subsidize states, and raise loans in dens dark and dismal enough to be prison-cells.
It is unpromising enough outside, but there is wealth within to subsidize a kingdom.