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de·ferred

 (dĭ-fûrd′)
adj.
1. Postponed or delayed: deferred gratification; deferred military draft.
2. Withheld until a future date: deferred benefits; a deferred payment.

deferred

(dɪˈfɜːd)
adj
1. withheld over a certain period; postponed: a deferred payment.
2. (Stock Exchange) (of shares) ranking behind other types of shares for dividend
Translations
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întârziatîntârziată

deferred

[dɪˈfɜːd] CPD deferred annuity Nanualidad f diferida
deferred credit Ncrédito m diferido
deferred liabilities NPLpasivo msing diferido
deferred payment Npago m a plazos

deferred

:
deferred annuity
nnach bestimmter Zeit fällige Rente
deferred pay
n (Mil) → einbehaltener Sold; (Naut) → einbehaltene Heuer
deferred payment
nRatenzahlung f
deferred shares
plNachzugsaktien pl
deferred taxation
nSteuerrückstellung f
deferred terms
pl (US) → Abzahlungssystem nt; on deferredauf Abzahlung or Raten

deferred

a. aplazado-a, diferido-a.
References in classic literature ?
Further information concerning my doings (as well as concerning that affair with the officers) must be deferred until tonight.
MY DEAR MAGDALEN -- I have deferred answering your letter, in consequence of the distracted state of my mind, which made me unfit to write to you.
As they had been taken in the fact, the law of the country allowed that they might have been executed the same hour, but the viceroy having ordered that their death should be deferred till his return, delivered them to the relations of the dead, to be disposed of as they should think proper.
The Count had deferred granting that private interview, when it was first asked for in the afternoon, and had again deferred granting it, when it was a second time asked for at the dinner-table.
As I happened to have been in a remarkably sound and refreshing slumber, I could not imagine why the information had not been deferred until morning, indeed, I felt very much inclined to fly into a passion and box my valet's ears; but on second thoughts I got quietly up, and on going outside the house was not a little interested by the moving illumination which I beheld.
Pontellier had selected the bridal gift, as every one immediately connected with him always deferred to his taste in such matters.
It includes live and deferred coverage from the Allianz Football and Hurling Leagues, AIB club championships, Ulster Bank Sigerson and Fitzgibbon Cups, Cadburys Under-21 Football Championship, Bord Gais Energy National Ladies League finals.
The LAPD's Deferred Retirement Option Plan, implemented in May 2002, allows eligible officers to put their retirement payments in interest- earning accounts for a maximum of five years while they continue to work at their regular salary.
409A and the current proposed regulations apply to deferred compensation arrangements.
123(R) requires companies to use deferred tax accounting for employee stock options.
The other was the decision by the Justice Department not to indict KPMG as a firm, as it had done in an Enron-related case involving Arthur Andersen, but instead to enter into, with KPMG, a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA).
The American Jobs Creation Act of 2004 included Section 409A, which changed the rules governing non-qualified deferred compensation plans.