Crossword clues for deposit
- Down payment is raised inside store
- Down payment I posted off
- Lay down
- It's taken into account
- Bank statement entry
- Bank action
- ATM transaction
- Silt, e.g
- Passbook entry
- It's money in the bank
- Bank account increaser
- Account addition
- You can take that to the bank
- U-turn from withdrawal
- Topside (anag) — put down
- Sum banked
- Something taken into account
- Silt, for instance
- Put down or into an account
- Place cash in an account
- Opposite of a withdrawal, at the bank
- One may be made on payday
- Money up front
- Money put down
- Earnest money, e.g
- Doown payment
- Bank account addition
- Add to a bank account
- Silt, e.g.
- Bank book entry
- Withdrawal's opposite
- A.T.M. offering
- A payment given as a guarantee that an obligation will be met
- Money given as security for an article acquired for temporary use
- The balance to be paid later
- The phenomenon of sediment or gravel accumulating
- A partial payment made at the time of purchase
- Bank transaction
- Financial transaction
- Sum paid into account
- Store warehouse spans small island
- Settlement is rejected in warehouse
- Set down almost half a dozen in storehouse
- Security is brought back into store
- Security is raised in warehouse
- Security is regressive in storehouse
- Security is nothing to write about, entering department
- Put money in side pot to be dished out
- Place for dopiest criminal?
- Down payment
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Deposit \De*pos"it\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Deposited; p. pr. & vb. n. Depositing.] [L. depositus, p. p. of deponere. See Depone, and cf. Deposit, n.]
To lay down; to place; to put; to let fall or throw down (as sediment); as, a crocodile deposits her eggs in the sand; the waters deposited a rich alluvium.
The fear is deposited in conscience.
To lay up or away for safe keeping; to put up; to store; as, to deposit goods in a warehouse.
To lodge in some one's hands for safe keeping; to commit to the custody of another; to intrust; esp., to place in a bank, as a sum of money subject to order.
To lay aside; to rid one's self of. [Obs.]
If what is written prove useful to you, to the depositing that which I can not but deem an error.
Note: Both this verb and the noun following were formerly written deposite.
Deposit \De*pos"it\, n. [L. depositum, fr. depositus, p. p. of deponere: cf. F. d['e]p[^o]t, OF. depost. See Deposit, v. t., and cf. Depot.]
That which is deposited, or laid or thrown down; as, a deposit in a flue; especially, matter precipitated from a solution (as the siliceous deposits of hot springs), or that which is mechanically deposited (as the mud, gravel, etc., deposits of a river).
The deposit already formed affording to the succeeding portion of the charged fluid a basis.
(Mining) A natural occurrence of a useful mineral under the conditions to invite exploitation.
That which is placed anywhere, or in any one's hands, for safe keeping; something intrusted to the care of another; esp., money lodged with a bank or banker, subject to order; anything given as pledge or security.
A bailment of money or goods to be kept gratuitously for the bailor.
Money lodged with a party as earnest or security for the performance of a duty assumed by the person depositing.
A place of deposit; a depository. [R.]
Bank of deposit. See under Bank.
In deposit, or On deposit, in trust or safe keeping as a deposit; as, coins were received on deposit.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1620s, from Latin depositum, from deponere (see deposit (v.)). Geological sense is from 1781; monetary sense is from 1737.
n. 1 Sediment or rock that is not native to its present location or is different from the surrounding material. Sometimes refers to ore or gems. 2 That which is placed anywhere, or in anyone's hands, for safekeeping; something entrusted to the care of another. 3 (context banking English) Money placed in an account. 4 Anything left behind on a surface. 5 (context finance English) A sum of money or other asset given as an initial payment, to show good faith, or to reserve something for purchase. 6 A sum of money given as a security for a borrowed item, which will be given back when the item is returned, e.g. a bottle deposit or can deposit 7 A place of deposit; a depository. vb. 1 (context transitive English) To lay down; to place; to put. 2 To lay up or away for safekeeping; to put up; to store. 3 To entrust one's assets to the care of another. Sometimes done as collateral. 4 (context transitive English) To put money or funds into an account. 5 To lay aside; to rid oneself of.
matter deposited by some natural process [syn: sediment]
the natural process of laying down a deposit of something [syn: deposition]
money deposited in a bank [syn: bank deposit]
a partial payment made at the time of purchase; the balance to be paid later [syn: down payment]
money given as security for an article acquired for temporary use; "his deposit was refunded when he returned the car"
a payment given as a guarantee that an obligation will be met
the act of putting something somewhere [syn: deposition]
Housing Units (2000): 823
Land area (2000): 1.257708 sq. miles (3.257448 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.059620 sq. miles (0.154416 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.317328 sq. miles (3.411864 sq. km)
FIPS code: 20346
Located within: New York (NY), FIPS 36
Location: 42.061856 N, 75.423358 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 13754
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In the typical case, the deposit collected is repaid to the candidate after the poll, if that candidate obtains a specified proportion of the votes cast. The purpose of this system is to reduce the prevalence of 'fringe' candidates or parties with no realistic chance of winning a seat.
Deposit may refer to:
- Deposit (finance)
- Deposit (town), New York
- Deposit (village), New York
Deposit account, a bank account that allows money to be deposited and withdrawn by the account holder
- Demand deposit, the funds held in demand deposit accounts in commercial banks
- Damage deposit, a sum of money paid in relation to a rented item or property to ensure it is returned in good condition
- Container deposit, a deposit on a beverage container paid when purchased and refunded when returned
- Deposit (politics), a sum that a candidate must pay in return for the right to stand in an election
- Deposit (geology), material added to a landform
- For ore deposits, see ore
A deposit is money placed with some other entity. It is a credit for the party who placed it, and it may be taken back (withdrawn), transferred to some other party, or used for a purchase. It is often used with respect to banks, where deposits are usually their main source of funding.
- Transactional account (checking account or current account, by country), the depositor has the right to use the money at any time, sometimes short notice periods are agreed; also called call deposit or sight deposit
Term deposit (also time deposit), bear a fixed time and fixed interest rate
- Fixed deposit in India
- Overnight lending occurs usually from noon to noon, using a special rate. to give as security or in part payment.
Usage examples of "deposit".
Captain Lasto had deposited the five of them in a large clearing on the west side of the Absaroka Range, within several hundred yards of the Lamar River.
Captain Laslo had deposited the five of them in a large clearing on the west side of the Absaroka Range, within several hundred yards of the Lamar River.
Here were deposited charts of the coast, and of the navigation of the Nile, which were engraved on pillars, and in aftertimes sketched out upon the Nilotic Papyrus.
When sulphuric acid is used as the assistant along with the bichrome, then there is formed on the wool fibre a deposit of chromic acid and chromium oxide, and this exerts an oxidising effect on the colouring matter or dye-stuff, which in some cases, as the Alizarine Blue, Alizarine Yellow, etc.
In 1585 the Moroccan sultan, Mulay Ahmed el-Mansur, seized from Songhay the great salt deposits of Taghaza, and took thereby the first step toward the sources of Sudanese gold which Moroccans believed they could capture just as the Almoravids long before them had believed.
Longarm and Miranda worked their way deeper into the cavern, back where they had been told that the Anasazi kept their domesticated turkeys penned and also deposited their refuse.
The body was deposited upon a catafalque in the Church of the Santissimi Apostoli, where the funeral was celebrated by all the artists and Florentines in Rome.
During this period numerous caves were located and excavated, Pleistocene-age river terraces and sand dunes were surveyed and tested for archeological remains, fossil shorelines of lakes were examined, and thick deposits of windblown silt, or loess, deposited during the Pleistocene were searched for evidence of former human activity.
Vervane came in through the archway to deposit an armload of sticks and tinder next to it.
Bussy and Tippoo retreated before Coote, and-he then threatened the strong fort of Arnee, where Hyder had deposited plunder and provisions.
A smaller Augsburg firm, the Haugs, had in 1560, a capital of 140,000 florins and deposits of 648,000.
The emissary would be deposited on the Baluchi coast, whence he would take his message north to the unknown caves of Waziristan where the sheikh resided.
That, recoiling from oblivion, we can recreate in a fractional moment whole years gone past, years yet to come -- striving to lengthen our existence, stretching out our apperception beyond the phantom boundaries, overdrawing upon a Barmecide deposit of minutes, staking fresh claims upon a mirage?
There are nitrogen and carbon in those masses of sea vegetation, and there are phosphorus and calcium in the bathybic deposit.
They had to go a long way up the hill-side to avoid the rock curtain on the edge of the Beallach, but eventually the top was reached, and the stag was deposited behind some boulders on the left of the flat ground.