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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdonatedo‧nate /dəʊˈneɪt $ ˈdoʊneɪt/ ●●○ verb [intransitive, transitive]  → See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
donateThe Republican Party has donated $ 350,000 in cash and support for the initiative.He suggested they donate a percentage of their revenue to the cause.The concert organizers say they will donate all profits to charity.The books were donated by a local publishing company.The final flight to Jersey was donated by Jersey Air.Motorists wishing to donate their points to the team are asked to contact Team Manager Ian Janes.All council members donate their time, and the district being evaluated pays for travel, lodging, and food.The money has been donated to Mason's sponger Ann Dyche who has been diagnosed as having cancer.Any spare cash he preferred to donate to more worthy causes.Proceeds are donated to the United Way.donate something to somebody/somethingOne school donated $500 to the Red Cross.