deposit, sedimentation, alluviation(noun)
the phenomenon of sediment or gravel accumulating
matter that has been deposited by some natural process
the natural process of laying down a deposit of something
deposit, bank deposit(noun)
money deposited in a bank or some similar institution
down payment, deposit(noun)
a partial payment made at the time of purchase; the balance to be paid later
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
depository, deposit, depositary, repository(noun)
a facility where things can be deposited for storage or safekeeping
the act of putting something somewhere
lodge, wedge, stick, deposit(verb)
put, fix, force, or implant
"lodge a bullet in the table"; "stick your thumb in the crack"
accommodate, stand by, stupefy, stick by, baffle, stick, perplex, cleave, bond, get, mystify, flummox, cling, bind, beat, bank, stick around, nonplus, stick to, force, dumbfound, file, vex, cohere, lodge, sting, hold fast, amaze, squeeze, charge, stay put, gravel, stay, posit, bewilder, situate, wedge, pose, fix, puzzle, adhere
put into a bank account
"She deposits her paycheck every month"
situate, fix, posit, deposit(verb)
put (something somewhere) firmly
"She posited her hand on his shoulder"; "deposit the suitcase on the bench"; "fix your eyes on this spot"
furbish up, desexualise, stick, sterilize, ready, put forward, prepare, get, set up, cook, secure, sterilise, bank, gear up, mend, state, make, fasten, fixate, bushel, desexualize, define, specify, postulate, lodge, determine, desex, touch on, repair, pay back, posit, locate, unsex, situate, limit, wedge, submit, restore, set, fix, pay off, doctor
To leave or adhere one material or item onto another.
He deposited his gum on the bottom of the table.
To entrust one's assets to the care of another. Sometimes done as collateral.
To put money or funds into an account.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Put is the most general term for bringing an object to some point or within some space, however exactly or loosely; we may put a horse in a pasture, or put a bullet in a rifle or into an enemy. Place denotes more careful movement and more exact location; as, to place a crown on one's head, or a garrison in a city. To lay is to place in a horizontal position; to set is to place in an upright position; we lay a cloth, and set a dish upon a table. To deposit is to put in a place of security for future use; as, to deposit money in a bank; the original sense, to lay down or let down (quietly), is also common; as, the stream deposits sediment.
Dictionary of English Synonymes
money in bank
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How to use deposit in a sentence?
It remains to be seen if the yen can stay weak if global risk aversion takes hold again. Market players will be wary of the BOJ taking action in that case, but they may conclude that the central bank won't step in until dollar/yen falls into the 116 range, the BOJ can lower interest rates further into negative territory, but the impact could be limited. For example the ECB did deepen negative deposit rates in December but this was considered a disappointment.
Deposit hope in people is like punching against the edge of a sharp knife.
If you Google ‘Champagne Pool’ online, you will see photos of the striking orange-colored precipitates that deposit around the edge of the pool.
If they're going to take and reinvest it, it's no different than my cash when I deposit with them so I would expect them to hold capital.
Previously we had been working in Venezuela and had a similar experience, so the mandate that we set ourselves ... was to find some place were the rule of law applies, where there is an able and willing workforce and a government that wants you to be there, then we found this deposit. Similar deposits in Canada have been in production for decades.
Translations for deposit
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- أودع, إيداعArabic
- депозит, депонирам, влог, залеж, влагам, отлагам сеBulgarian
- jaciment, dipositar, dipòsitCatalan, Valencian
- vklad, vložitCzech
- einzahlen, Pfand, Kaution, AnzahlungGerman
- προκαταβολή, καταθέτω, κοίτασμαGreek
- depositar, empeño, depósitoSpanish
- haltuun, ennakko, talletus, vakuus, depositio, uskoa, esiintymä, kiinnittää, tallettaa, kerrostuma, panttiFinnish
- acompte, arrhes, déposer, gisement, dépôt, cautionFrench
- deposito, depositarInterlingua
- sedimento, acconto, caparra, deposito, anticipoItalian
- 預金, 担保, 敷金, 堆積物, 預金する, 保証金, 預け入れる, デポジット, 預けるJapanese
- pātokatoka, moni tāpui, whakatakoto, whakaputuMāori
- storten, statiegeld, deposito, neerzetten, storting, afzetting, afzetten, neerzetting, aanbetalingDutch
- ślad, zdeponować, składać, wpłacać, złoże, depozyt, złożyć, powierzać, osadzać, osad, wpłata, powierzyć, osadzić, zaliczka, wpłacić, deponować, kaucjaPolish
- depositar, depósito, empenho, entradaPortuguese
- depunere, depune, a depozita, depozit, zăcământ, a lăsa în îngrijireRomanian
- положить, задаток, месторождение, вкладывать, взнос, залежь, класть, депозит, залог, осадок, депонировать, отложение, вклад, вложитьRussian
- deposition, insättning, depositionsavgift, deponera, sätta in, avlagring, handpenningSwedish
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