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deb·it

 (dĕb′ĭt)
n.
1. An item of debt as recorded in an account.
2. The left-hand side of an account or accounting ledger where bookkeeping entries are made.
3. An entry of a sum in the left-hand side of an account.
4. The sum of such entries.
tr.v. deb·it·ed, deb·it·ing, deb·its
1. To enter (a sum) on the left-hand side of an account or accounting ledger.
2. To charge with a debit: If you use an ATM, the bank will debit your account immediately.

[Middle English debite, from Latin dēbitum, debt; see debt.]

debit

(ˈdɛbɪt) accounting
n
(Accounting & Book-keeping)
a. acknowledgment of a sum owing by entry on the left side of an account
b. the left side of an account
c. an entry on this side
d. the total of such entries
e. (as modifier): a debit balance. Compare credit10
vb, -bits, -biting or -bited
(Accounting & Book-keeping) (tr)
a. to record (an item) as a debit in an account
b. to charge (a person or his or her account) with a debt. Compare credit17
[C15: from Latin dēbitum debt]

deb•it

(ˈdɛb ɪt)

n.
1. the record kept of another's indebtedness.
2.
a. a recorded item of debt.
b. any entry or the total shown on the debit side.
c. the left-hand, or debit, side of an account (opposed to credit).
3. a failing or shortcoming.
v.t.
4. to charge with or as a debt.
5. to enter on the debit side of a bookkeeping account.
[1400–50; late Middle English < Old French < Latin dēbitum something owed; see debt]

debit


Past participle: debited
Gerund: debiting

Imperative
debit
debit
Present
I debit
you debit
he/she/it debits
we debit
you debit
they debit
Preterite
I debited
you debited
he/she/it debited
we debited
you debited
they debited
Present Continuous
I am debiting
you are debiting
he/she/it is debiting
we are debiting
you are debiting
they are debiting
Present Perfect
I have debited
you have debited
he/she/it has debited
we have debited
you have debited
they have debited
Past Continuous
I was debiting
you were debiting
he/she/it was debiting
we were debiting
you were debiting
they were debiting
Past Perfect
I had debited
you had debited
he/she/it had debited
we had debited
you had debited
they had debited
Future
I will debit
you will debit
he/she/it will debit
we will debit
you will debit
they will debit
Future Perfect
I will have debited
you will have debited
he/she/it will have debited
we will have debited
you will have debited
they will have debited
Future Continuous
I will be debiting
you will be debiting
he/she/it will be debiting
we will be debiting
you will be debiting
they will be debiting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been debiting
you have been debiting
he/she/it has been debiting
we have been debiting
you have been debiting
they have been debiting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been debiting
you will have been debiting
he/she/it will have been debiting
we will have been debiting
you will have been debiting
they will have been debiting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been debiting
you had been debiting
he/she/it had been debiting
we had been debiting
you had been debiting
they had been debiting
Conditional
I would debit
you would debit
he/she/it would debit
we would debit
you would debit
they would debit
Past Conditional
I would have debited
you would have debited
he/she/it would have debited
we would have debited
you would have debited
they would have debited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.debit - an accounting entry acknowledging sums that are owingdebit - an accounting entry acknowledging sums that are owing
accounting entry, ledger entry, entry - a written record of a commercial transaction
credit entry, credit - an accounting entry acknowledging income or capital items
Verb1.debit - enter as debit
accounting - a system that provides quantitative information about finances
account, calculate - keep an account of
charge - enter a certain amount as a charge; "he charged me $15"
credit - accounting: enter as credit; "We credit your account with $100"

debit

verb
1. pay out from We will confirm with you before debiting your account.
noun
1. payout, debt, payment, commitment, liability The total of debits must match the total of credits.
Translations
مَدِينمَدْيونِيَّهيَحْسُبُ عَلَىيُقَيِّدُ على حِساب فُلان
debetdluhpasivumpřipsat na vrubzatížit
debetdebiteregældspost
veloittaaveloitus
dugovanjeteretiti
tartozásterhel
skuldfæraskuldfærsla
借方借方に記入する
차변차변에 기입하다
debetasįrašyti į debetą
debetsierakstīt debetā
pripísať na vrub
debetdebitera
รายการของเงินที่หักบัญชีหักบัญชี
ghi nợsự ghi nợ

debit

[ˈdebɪt]
A. N (in the books of a business) → pasivo m; (in a bank account) → debe m, débito m; (= individual sum taken) → cargo m
B. VT to debit an account with a sumcargar una suma en cuenta
to debit sb with a sumcargar una suma en la cuenta de algn
to debit an account directlydomiciliar una cuenta
see also direct D
C. CPD debit balance Nsaldo m deudor
debit card Ntarjeta f de débito
debit entry Ndébito m
debit note Nnota f de cargo
debit side Ndebe m (fig) → desventaja f
on the debit side (lit) → en el debe (fig) → entre las desventajas

debit

[ˈdɛbɪt]
ndébit m
vt
to debit sb's account → débiter le compte de qn
to debit a sum to sb → porter une somme au débit de qn, débiter qn d'une somme
to debit a sum to sb's account → porter une somme au débit de qn, débiter qn d'une sommedebit balance nsolde m débiteurdebit card ncarte f de paiement

debit

nSchuldposten m, → Debet nt; debit accountDebetkonto nt; debit balanceDebetsaldo m; debit and creditSoll ntund Haben nt; to enter something to the debit side of an accountetw auf der Sollseite verbuchen; on the debit side (fig)auf der Minusseite
vt to debit somebody/somebody’s account (with a sum), to debit (a sum) to somebody/somebody’s accountjdn/jds Konto (mit einer Summe) belasten or debitieren (form)

debit

:
debit card
nKundenkarte f
debit entry
nAbbuchung f

debit

[ˈdɛbɪt] (Fin)
1. naddebito
2. vtaddebitare
to debit sb/sb's account with a sum, to debit a sum to sb or to sb's account → addebitare una somma a qn/sul conto di qc

debit

(ˈdebit) noun
an entry on the side of an account which records what is owed. His debits outnumbered his credits.
verbpast tense, past participle ˈdebited
to enter or record on this side of an account.

debit

مَدِين, يَحْسُبُ عَلَى debet, zatížit debet, debitere abbuchen, Schuldposten χρεώνω, χρέωση cargar, debitar, débito veloittaa, veloitus débit, débiter dugovanje, teretiti addebitare, debito 借方, 借方に記入する 차변, 차변에 기입하다 debetsaldo, debiteren belaste, debet debet, obciążyć debitar, débito дебет, дебетовать debet, debitera รายการของเงินที่หักบัญชี, หักบัญชี birinin hesabına borç kaydetmek, hesabından çekilen para ghi nợ, sự ghi nợ 扣款
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