Confer or bestow (power, authority, property, etc.) on someone
executive power is vested in the president
Give (someone) the legal right to power, property, etc
he alone is vested with the authority to steer the country’s economy
(of power, property, etc.) Come into the possession of
the bankrupt's property vests in his trustee
(of a chorister or member of the clergy) Put on vestments
the Speaker vested him with a rich purple robe
A close-fitting waist-length garment, typically having no sleeves or collar and buttoning down the front
A similar garment worn on the upper part of the body for a particular purpose or activity
a running vest
a bulletproof vest
A piece of material showing at the neck of a woman's dress
a man's sleeveless garment worn underneath a coat
invest: provide with power and authority; "They vested the council with special rights"
place (authority, property, or rights) in the control of a person or group of persons; "She vested her vast fortune in her two sons"
singlet: a collarless men's undergarment for the upper part of the body
become legally vested; "The property vests in the trustees"
clothe oneself in ecclesiastical garments
A vest is a garment covering the upper body. The term has different meanings around the world: ; Waistcoat :(a sleeveless under-jacket). This is called a waistcoat in the UK and many Commonwealth countries, or a vest in the US and Canada. ...
VEST (Very Efficient Substitution Transposition) ciphers are a set of families of general-purpose hardware-dedicated ciphers that support single pass authenticated encryption and can operate as collision-resistant hash functions designed by Sean O'Neil, Benjamin Gittins and Howard Landman. ...
Vest (West) or Vest-Banat is a development region in Romania created in 1998. As with the other development regions, it does not have any administrative powers. Its primary functions are coordinating regional development projects and managing funds from the European Union.
(Vestian) Of or relating to Vesta
(vesting) The entitlement of an employee to receive the full benefit of a pension at normal retirement age or a reduced pension upon early retirement even upon change of employer before retirement; The entitlement of an employee to exercise a stock option after a predetermined period of time
(Vested) An interest in an investment.
(Vested) Bestowed upon someone; secured by someone, such as title to property.
(VESTED) An interest in property that is an absolute, immediate, and fixed right and not subject to the occurrence or nonoccurrence of a future event. In Washington, title to real property of a decedent vests in his/her heirs and devisees immediately. RCW 11.04.250 and RCW 11.04. ...
(Vested) is the status that members attain with a certain amount of New York State service credit, which makes them eligible for a retirement benefit at age 55. Tier 5 members vest with 10 years of state service credit. For all other tiers, five years of credit is necessary to vest.
(Vested) The establishment of the right to a retirement allowance. Minimum of 10 years of contributing to a Massachusetts retirement system
(VESTED) Having the right to use a portion of a fund such as an individual retirement fund. For example, individuals who are 100 percent vested can withdraw all of the funds that are set aside for them in a retirement fund. However, taxes may be due on any funds that are actually withdrawn.
(Vested) The inclusion of all or part of the employer contributions in the benefit payment to a member who leaves his or her employment before being eligible for a retirement benefit. ...
(Vested) A present or sure interest that cannot be revoked.
(Vested) Entitled to a pension benefit.
(Vested) Immediate; fixed; absolute; nonforfeitable; accrued; settled; complete and definite; not contingent or conditional. The term usually refers to employer-provided retirement benefits to which an employee has earned the right through length of service with the company.
(Vested) Present ownership rights, absolute and fixed. Modernly, ownership rights, even though on a land contract or subject to a mortgage or deed of trust.
(Vested) The rights members of a retirement plan acquire by length of service needed to receive benefits.
(Vested) When stocks vest, that means you can own it in your own name. The typical stock option plan works in stages, almost like a game of "Mother-May-I?" A company invites you to buy its stock at a particular price. ...