- (transitive) If you sponsor an event or you sponsor somebody to do an event, you give them money, usually in exchange for advertising.
- The contest in public school art classes is sponsored by the manufacturers of Ivory soap.
- The institute has sponsored several conferences, meetings and publications, including this book.
- The event, sponsored by Northside Lexus, begins at 7:00.
- (transitive) If a politician sponsors a law, they officially support it.
- Don't expect Senator Schaffer to sponsor legislation around those issues.
- (transitive) If you sponsor somebody, you agree to help them and be responsible for them.
- He discovered that no company would sponsor him for a work visa.
- (countable) A sponsor is someone who gives money to an event or to somebody to do an event, usually in exchange for advertising.
- Without corporate sponsors, the event will not run this year.
- (countable) A sponsor is somebody who officially supports a law.
- He was the only sponsor of a bill to cut $1.5 billion from government spending.
- (countable) A sponsor is somebody who agrees to help another person and be responsible for them.
- The United States, demanded immigrants have a sponsor willing to financially support them