- noun1 payment on a company shareADJECTIVE▪ big, high, large▪ 10%, etc.▪ total▪ gross, net (both BrE)▪ annual, quarterly▪ final, interim (both BrE)▪ company, corporate▪ share (esp. BrE), stock (esp. AmE)▪
Investors will still pay tax on their foreign share dividends.▪ cashVERB + DIVIDEND▪ pay▪ distribute▪ get, receive▪ announce, declare▪
The company has not yet declared its dividends for this year.▪ boost, increase, lift (BrE), raise▪ hold, maintain▪
The interim dividend is maintained at 2.5 cents per share.▪ cut, reduce, slash▪ taxDIVIDEND + VERB▪ be up▪
The dividend is up 10.6%.▪ go up, grow, rise▪
The dividend should rise to 5 cents.▪ stay▪
The dividend stays at 0.5p.▪ be payable▪
The final dividend, payable on July 1, is reduced to 1p.DIVIDEND + NOUN▪ payment, payout▪ distribution▪ growth, increase▪ cut▪ income, total, yield▪
The fund has a dividend yield of 5.75%.▪ rate▪ tax▪ cheque/check▪ stocks (AmE)▪ policyPREPOSITION▪ dividend on▪
They have announced the quarterly dividend on the shares.PHRASES▪ an increase in a dividend2 benefit/rewardADJECTIVE▪ big, great, handsome, huge, large, rich▪ economic, political▪ peaceVERB + DIVIDEND▪ bring, pay, produce, reap, yield▪
Her hard work paid dividends when she won the school dancing competition.▪
The company reaped rich dividends with its new strategy.PREPOSITION▪ dividend in▪
The chain's investment in new stores is bringing dividends in new customers.
Collocations dictionary. 2013.