Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Sponsor"

The meaning of "Sponsor" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does jointly , latest and sponsored mean?
A: You would usually use jointly when talking about things that are together or in a partnership with one another. Like this example from google “a report prepared jointly by Harvard and Yale Universities”.

Latest is usually used to refer to the newest object in a series of objects. You could say ‘that’s the scientist’s latest invention’. This means it is his newest invention.

Sponsored means that someone is giving you something (usually money) because they believe that you are worth their investment. Sponsorships can also be called grants or scholarships in a school environment. Students get scholarships from Universities if their marks are high. An example sentences is ‘I sponsored this charity event’.
Q: What does sponsor mean?
A: apoyar, con dinero

I sponsor a child in Africa. We have a lot of money and they have none.

También, una persona así (sustantivo):

I am the sponsor of a child in Africa.
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Example sentences using "Sponsor"

Q: Please show me example sentences with sponsor.
A: “Use the coupon code my sponsor gave me to receive 15% off your purchase.”

Synonyms of "Sponsor" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between sponsor and support ?
A: Sponsor is something you support someone with money officially, support could be something morally or anything

Translations of "Sponsor"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sponsor
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Other questions about "Sponsor"

Q: The biggest sponsor of my education cost is my parents. does this sound natural?
A: Hi native :-)

You can leave out the word "cost":

The biggest sponsor of my education is my parents.
Q: ‎"A big sponsor backed out,causing the event to be canceled"

in this context,why is it used the present progressive "causing"?
A: Because it acts as the present participle for "cause"
Q: "A big sponsor backed out,causing the event to be canceled"

in this context,what is left out before "causing"?
A: If you're asking for a word to be placed before "causing", I think you're looking for the word "therefore".

"A big sponsor backed out, therefore causing the event to be canceled."
Q: you're a sponsor does this sound natural?
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