Have a portion of (something) with another or others
he shared the pie with her
all members of the band equally share the band's profits
Give a portion of (something) to another or others
money raised will be shared between the two charities
Use, occupy, or enjoy (something) jointly with another or others
they once shared a house in the Hamptons
there weren't enough plates, so we had to share
a shared bottle of wine
Possess (a view or quality) in common with others
other countries don't share our reluctance to eat goat meat
(of a number of people or organizations) Have a part in (something, esp. an activity)
the companies would share in the development of three oil platforms
Tell someone about (something), esp. something personal
she had never shared the secret with anyone before
A part or portion of a larger amount that is divided among a number of people, or to which a number of people contribute
under the proposals, investors would pay a greater share of the annual fees required
we gave them all the chance to have a share in the profits
One of the equal parts into which a company's capital is divided, entitling the holder to a proportion of the profits
bought 33 shares of American Standard
Part proprietorship of property held by joint owners
Jake had a share in a large seagoing vessel
The allotted or due amount of something that a person expects to have or to do, or that is expected to be accepted or done by them
she's done more than her fair share of globe-trotting
assets belonging to or due to or contributed by an individual person or group; "he wanted his share in cash"
have in common; "Our children share a love of music"; "The two countries share a long border"
any of the equal portions into which the capital stock of a corporation is divided and ownership of which is evidenced by a stock certificate; "he bought 100 shares of IBM at the market price"
use jointly or in common
parcel: the allotment of some amount by dividing something; "death gets more than its share of attention from theologians"
partake: have, give, or receive a share of; "We shared the cake"
Students Harness Aid for Relief of Elderly (formerly Schoolboys Harness Aid for Relief of Elderly) or SHARE, is a charitable organisation based in Cork, Ireland, dedicated to providing housing and other support for the elderly poor. ...
In computing, share is a command for MS-DOS that allowed software to perform file locks. Locking files became necessary when MS-DOS began allowing files to be accessed simultaneously by multiple programs, either through multitasking or networking.
SHARE Inc. is a volunteer-run user group for IBM mainframe computers that was founded in 1955 by Los Angeles-area IBM 701 users. ...
In financial markets, a share is a unit of account for various financial instruments including stocks (ordinary or preferential), and investments in limited partnerships, and real estate investment trusts. ...
Share is a Caribbean and Black Canadian community newspaper based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Canada's largest ethnic newspaper, Share has two times the circulation of any other Canadian newspaper serving the same ethnic community. ...
is the name for a closed-source P2P application being developed in Japan by an anonymous author. Since the author of Winny was arrested, Share was developed as its successor, also focusing on higher security. ...
A part of something; A financial instrument that shows that you own a part of a company that provides the benefit of limited liability; A configuration enabling a resource to be shared over a network; To give part of what one has to somebody else to use or consume; To have in common; To divide ...
(Shares) Part-ownership in a company.
Shares represent an ownership of a part of a business. Shares are bought and sold as a type of investment.
(SHARES) which are also known as equities, represent ownership of part of a company. Returns from shares are generated through dividends and the potential for profit or loss through changes in the share price in the share market. ...
(Shares) The ownership of a company is divided between its members who will each own a number of shares in that company. There can be different types of members (shareholders) with different rights represented by different classes of shares.
(Shares) Certificates that represent ownership of a portion of a firm. Shares are also called stock. See also: Preferred Shares; Common Shares.
(shares) An implementation may share restricted parameters with another implementation, which means the other implementation can get the parameter values, and if the parameters are steerable, it can change them. See Section D2.3.
(Shares) Enter here the number of shares you own. It you bought shares of a specific security at different times and various prices, enter the total number of shares here and enter the average price for the purchases under Buy Price. A-Trade.com
Shares are issued by a company to raise money. Unlike bonds, which are a straightforward loan, shares give you ownership of part of the company. Most shares are listed on a stock exchange, which makes them easy to buy and sell. Dealing costs, however, may be expensive. ...
(shares) An investment which makes you part-owner of a company, along with all the other shareholders. Some shares pay you an income (dividends) regularly. ...
(Shares) All corporations must issue shares. Either common or preferred. At this time it is determined how much a share is worth and how many shares each owner has. The owner's then pay for his/her shares and it is recognized on the Balance Sheet in the Equity section. ...
(Shares) These are documents issued by a company to its owners (the shareholders) which state how many shares in the company each shareholder has bought and what percentage of the company the shareholder owns. Shares can also be called 'Stock'.
(Shares) also called “equities” or stock – is that portion of a limited company’s capital, registered either in the owner’s name or in an account held by a bank, stock broker, or other intermediary (known as a bearer share). (See also Footnote 2).