Definitions of "vested"
  1. When rights, benefits, or privileges are fully solidified with no dependency on uncertain future events
  2. When one has a secured interest or benefit in something
How to use "vested" in a sentence
  1. The employee felt secure after working for five years and having a vested pension plan.
  2. If an owner sells his property, the purchaser has a vested interest in its safekeeping.
  3. Being a principal investor in the startup company, she had a vested interest in its successful operation.

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