- place (authority, property, or rights) in the control of a person or group of persons
"She vested her vast fortune in her two sons"
- become legally vested
"The property vests in the trustees"
- clothe oneself in ecclesiastical garments
- He still has a white vest.
- The police officer wore a bulletproof vest.
- You need to reverse your vest, it's back to front.
- Any good negotiator plays his cards close to the vest.
- Tom wears a modified fishing vest to hold all his harmonicas when he performs on stage.
- Tom put on his fishing vest and hat and headed for the door.
- Tom was wearing a bulletproof vest, so the bullet didn't kill him.
- I need to bring this suede vest to the dry-cleaner's.
- In the winter I wear a coat on top of my vest.
- REGION VEST
- Sud-Vest Oltenia
- ‘vest To become an entitlement.
- In Appendix A, the definitions of ‘vest’ and ‘vesting conditions’ are amended as follows. ‘vest