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chip in to contribute money or effort. [1/2 definitions]
cholesterol a white substance, found in various tissues of all animals, which serves as a detoxifier in the bloodstream and surrounds certain nerve sheaths, and an excess of which is thought to contribute to hardening of the arteries.
conduce to contribute to or help bring about a result (usu. fol. by to or toward).
donate to give or contribute (something), as to a cause, charity, or group effort. [1/2 definitions]
inning (often pl.) a turn or fair opportunity to act, contribute, express oneself, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
pioneer to explore, go to live in, or contribute to the development of (a sparsely populated region). [1/7 definitions]
pitch in (informal) to contribute to a joint project; cooperate with others; help. [1/2 definitions]
somatic cell any of an organism's cells that contribute to the formation of the body, being differentiated into the various tissues and organs, except for germ cells.
subscribe to pledge, pay, or contribute (a sum of money) for a specified purpose. [2/7 definitions]
tithe to contribute or pay a tithe. [1/7 definitions]
tontine an annuity or life insurance plan in which subscribers contribute to and share equally in a common fund, with all benefits going to the last survivor or those surviving past a specified time. [1/2 definitions]