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de·pos·it

 (dĭ-pŏz′ĭt)
v. de·pos·it·ed, de·pos·it·ing, de·pos·its
v.tr.
1. To put or set down; place.
2. To lay down or leave behind by a natural process: layers of sediment that were deposited on the ocean floor; glaciers that deposited their debris as they melted.
3.
a. To give over or entrust for safekeeping.
b. To put (money) in a bank or financial account.
4. To give as partial payment or security.
v.intr.
To become deposited; settle.
n.
1. Something, such as money, that is entrusted for safekeeping, as in a bank.
2. The condition of being deposited: funds on deposit with a broker.
3. A partial or initial payment of a cost or debt: left a $100 deposit toward the purchase of a stereo system.
4. A sum of money given as security for an item acquired for temporary use.
5. A depository.
6. Something deposited, especially by a natural process, as:
a. Geology A concentration of mineral matter or sediment in a layer, vein, or pocket: iron ore deposits; rich deposits of oil and natural gas.
b. Physiology An accumulation of organic or inorganic material, such as a lipid or mineral, in a body tissue, structure, or fluid.
c. A sediment or precipitate that has settled out of a solution.
7. A coating or crust left on a surface, as by evaporation or electrolysis.

[Latin dēpōnere, dēposit-; see depone.]

de·pos′i·tor n.

deposit

(dɪˈpɒzɪt)
vb (tr)
1. to put or set down, esp carefully or in a proper place; place
2. to entrust for safekeeping; consign
3. (Banking & Finance) to place (money) in a bank or similar institution in order to earn interest or for safekeeping
4. (Commerce) to give (money) in part payment or as security
5. (Physical Geography) to lay down naturally; cause to settle: the river deposits silt.
n
6. (Banking & Finance)
a. an instance of entrusting money or valuables to a bank or similar institution
b. the money or valuables so entrusted
7. (Commerce) money given in part payment or as security, as when goods are bought on hire-purchase. See also down payment
8. (Commerce) a consideration, esp money, given temporarily as security against loss of or damage to something borrowed or hired
9. (Physical Geography) an accumulation of sediments, mineral ores, coal, etc
10. any deposited material, such as a sediment or a precipitate that has settled out of solution
11. (Chemistry) a coating produced on a surface, esp a layer of metal formed by electrolysis
12. (Commerce) a depository or storehouse
13. (Commerce) on deposit payable as the first instalment, as when buying on hire-purchase
[C17: from Medieval Latin dēpositāre, from Latin dēpositus put down]

de•pos•it

(dɪˈpɒz ɪt)

v.t.
1. to place for safekeeping, esp. in a bank account.
2. to deliver and leave (an item).
3. to insert (a coin) in a coin-operated device.
4. to put, place, or set down, esp. carefully or exactly: She deposited the baby in the crib.
5. to lay or throw down by a natural process; precipitate: The river deposited soil at its mouth.
6. to give as security or in part payment.
v.i.
7. to become deposited.
n.
8.
a. an instance of placing money in a bank account.
b. the money placed there.
9. anything given as security or in part payment: a bottle deposit of five cents.
10. anything laid away or entrusted to another for safekeeping.
11. a place for safekeeping; depository.
12. something precipitated, delivered and left, or thrown down, as by a natural process: a deposit of soil.
13. a coating of metal deposited on something, usu. by an electric current.
14. a natural accumulation or occurrence, esp. of oil or ore: gold deposits.
[1615–25; < Latin dēpositus laid down, past participle of dēpōnere; see depone]

de·pos·it

(dĭ-pŏz′ĭt)
Solid material left or laid down by a natural process. For example, deposits can include layers of sand and mud left by streams, an accumulation of stones and debris left by a melting glacier, or a layer of coal formed over many years as decomposing plant material became fossilized.

deposition (dĕp′ə-zĭsh′ən) noun

deposit


Past participle: deposited
Gerund: depositing

Imperative
deposit
deposit
Present
I deposit
you deposit
he/she/it deposits
we deposit
you deposit
they deposit
Preterite
I deposited
you deposited
he/she/it deposited
we deposited
you deposited
they deposited
Present Continuous
I am depositing
you are depositing
he/she/it is depositing
we are depositing
you are depositing
they are depositing
Present Perfect
I have deposited
you have deposited
he/she/it has deposited
we have deposited
you have deposited
they have deposited
Past Continuous
I was depositing
you were depositing
he/she/it was depositing
we were depositing
you were depositing
they were depositing
Past Perfect
I had deposited
you had deposited
he/she/it had deposited
we had deposited
you had deposited
they had deposited
Future
I will deposit
you will deposit
he/she/it will deposit
we will deposit
you will deposit
they will deposit
Future Perfect
I will have deposited
you will have deposited
he/she/it will have deposited
we will have deposited
you will have deposited
they will have deposited
Future Continuous
I will be depositing
you will be depositing
he/she/it will be depositing
we will be depositing
you will be depositing
they will be depositing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been depositing
you have been depositing
he/she/it has been depositing
we have been depositing
you have been depositing
they have been depositing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been depositing
you will have been depositing
he/she/it will have been depositing
we will have been depositing
you will have been depositing
they will have been depositing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been depositing
you had been depositing
he/she/it had been depositing
we had been depositing
you had been depositing
they had been depositing
Conditional
I would deposit
you would deposit
he/she/it would deposit
we would deposit
you would deposit
they would deposit
Past Conditional
I would have deposited
you would have deposited
he/she/it would have deposited
we would have deposited
you would have deposited
they would have deposited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.deposit - the phenomenon of sediment or gravel accumulatingdeposit - the phenomenon of sediment or gravel accumulating
geological phenomenon - a natural phenomenon involving the structure or composition of the earth
lode, load - a deposit of valuable ore occurring within definite boundaries separating it from surrounding rocks
2.deposit - matter that has been deposited by some natural processdeposit - matter that has been deposited by some natural process
matter - that which has mass and occupies space; "physicists study both the nature of matter and the forces which govern it"
alluvial deposit, alluvial sediment, alluvium, alluvion - clay or silt or gravel carried by rushing streams and deposited where the stream slows down
dregs, settlings - sediment that has settled at the bottom of a liquid
lees - the sediment from fermentation of an alcoholic beverage
lick, salt lick - a salt deposit that animals regularly lick
evaporite - the sediment that is left after the evaporation of seawater
3.deposit - the natural process of laying down a deposit of something
accretion, accumulation - an increase by natural growth or addition
electrodeposition - the deposition of a substance on an electrode by the action of electricity (especially by electrolysis)
pigmentation - the deposition of pigment in animals or plants or human beings
redeposition - deposition from one deposit to another
superposition - (geology) the deposition of one geological stratum on another
4.deposit - money deposited in a bank or some similar institutiondeposit - money deposited in a bank or some similar institution
fund, monetary fund - a reserve of money set aside for some purpose
demand deposit - a bank deposit from which withdrawals can be made without notice
5.deposit - a partial payment made at the time of purchase; the balance to be paid later
payment - a sum of money paid or a claim discharged
security deposit, margin - the amount of collateral a customer deposits with a broker when borrowing from the broker to buy securities
6.deposit - money given as security for an article acquired for temporary use; "his deposit was refunded when he returned the car"
surety, security - property that your creditor can claim in case you default on your obligation; "bankers are reluctant to lend without good security"
7.deposit - a payment given as a guarantee that an obligation will be met
guarantee, warranty, warrantee, warrant - a written assurance that some product or service will be provided or will meet certain specifications
8.deposit - a facility where things can be deposited for storage or safekeepingdeposit - a facility where things can be deposited for storage or safekeeping
archive - a depository containing historical records and documents
bank building, bank - a building in which the business of banking transacted; "the bank is on the corner of Nassau and Witherspoon"
drop - a central depository where things can be left or picked up
facility, installation - a building or place that provides a particular service or is used for a particular industry; "the assembly plant is an enormous facility"
depository library, library - a depository built to contain books and other materials for reading and study
lost-and-found - repository in a public building where lost articles can be kept until their owners reclaim them
museum - a depository for collecting and displaying objects having scientific or historical or artistic value
repertory - a storehouse where a stock of things is kept
sperm bank - a depository for storing sperm
storage space - the area in any structure that provides space for storage
storehouse, depot, entrepot, storage, store - a depository for goods; "storehouses were built close to the docks"
treasury - a depository (a room or building) where wealth and precious objects can be kept safely
9.deposit - the act of putting something somewhere
buildup - the act of building up an accumulation; "I envied his rapid buildup of assets"; "a military buildup in preparation for the invasion"
repositing, reposition, warehousing, storage - depositing in a warehouse; "they decided to reposition their furniture in a recommended repository in Brooklyn"; "my car is in storage"; "publishers reduced print runs to cut down the cost of warehousing"
Verb1.deposit - put, fix, force, or implant; "lodge a bullet in the table"; "stick your thumb in the crack"
fasten, fix, secure - cause to be firmly attached; "fasten the lock onto the door"; "she fixed her gaze on the man"
redeposit - deposit anew; "The water had redeposited minerals on the rocks"
2.deposit - put into a bank accountdeposit - put into a bank account; "She deposits her paycheck every month"
give - transfer possession of something concrete or abstract to somebody; "I gave her my money"; "can you give me lessons?"; "She gave the children lots of love and tender loving care"
redeposit - deposit once again; "redeposit a cheque"
draw off, take out, withdraw, draw - remove (a commodity) from (a supply source); "She drew $2,000 from the account"; "The doctors drew medical supplies from the hospital's emergency bank"
3.deposit - put (something somewhere) firmly; "She posited her hand on his shoulder"; "deposit the suitcase on the bench"; "fix your eyes on this spot"
bury - place in the earth and cover with soil; "They buried the stolen goods"
lay, place, put, set, position, pose - put into a certain place or abstract location; "Put your things here"; "Set the tray down"; "Set the dogs on the scent of the missing children"; "Place emphasis on a certain point"
sediment - deposit as a sediment

deposit

noun
1. down payment, security, stake, pledge, warranty, instalment, retainer, part payment A deposit of £20 is required when ordering.
2. accumulation, growth, mass, build-up, layer underground deposits of gold and diamonds
3. sediment, grounds, residue, lees, precipitate, deposition, silt, dregs, alluvium, settlings A powdery deposit had settled at the bottom of the glass.
verb
1. put, place, lay, drop, settle The barman deposited a glass and two bottles of beer in front of him.
2. store, keep, put, bank, save, lodge, entrust, consign, hoard, stash (informal), lock away, put in storage You are advised to deposit valuables in the hotel safe.

deposit

verb
1. To put down, especially in layers, by a natural process:
2. To place (money) in a bank:
Informal: sock away.
noun
1. A partial or initial payment:
2. Matter that settles on a bottom or collects on a surface by a natural process:
dreg (often used in plural), lees, precipitate, precipitation, sediment.
Translations
أودعإيداعُ المالِ في البَنْكثُفْل، راسِبدَفْع عُرْبونطَبَقَه مُتَرَسِّبَه
vkladvložitzálohaložiskonános
aflejringanbringebundfalddeponeredepositum
sadestis
esiintymätallettaatalletus
polog
foglalóletétletétbe helyez
botnfall, setinnborgun, trygginginnlegg, innlögnleggja frá sérleggja inn
預金預金するデポジット預ける預け入れる
예금
atiduoti saugotiįdėtiįmokaindėlisnuosėdos
atradneiemaksaiemaksātķīlanoguldījums
pologpoložiti
insättning
เงินฝาก
depozitoemanete koymakhesaba para yatırmakaparokaparo verme
tiền đặt cọc

deposit

[dɪˈpɒzɪt]
A. N
1. (in bank) → depósito m
to have £50 on deposittener 50 libras en cuenta de ahorros
2. (Comm) (= part payment) (on hire purchase, car) → depósito m, enganche m (Mex); (on house) → desembolso m inicial, entrada f (Sp); (= returnable security) → señal f, fianza f
to put down a deposit of £50dejar un depósito de 50 libras
he paid a £2,000 deposit on the househizo un desembolso inicial de 2.000 libras para la casa, dio una entrada de 2.000 libras para la casa (Sp)
to lose one's deposit (Brit) (Pol) → perder el depósito
3. (Chem) → poso m, sedimento m
4. (Geol) [of gas] → depósito m; [of mineral] → yacimiento m
B. VT
1. (= put down) → depositar; (= leave) [+ luggage] → consignar, dejar (en consigna); [+ eggs] → poner; [+ object] → depositar (with en) → dejar (with con)
2. (in bank) [+ money] → depositar, ingresar (in en) I want to deposit £10 in my accountquiero ingresar 10 libras en mi cuenta
to deposit £2,000 on a househacer un desembolso inicial or (Sp) dar una entrada de 2.000 libras para una casa
3. (Geol, Chem) → depositar
C. CPD deposit account Ncuenta f de ahorros
deposit slip Nhoja f de ingreso

deposit

[dɪˈpɒzɪt]
n
(refundable)arrhes mpl; (not refundable)acompte m
to pay a deposit, to put down a deposit (refundable)verser des arrhes; (not refundable)verser un acompte
You have to pay a deposit when you book → Il faut verser des arrhes lors de la réservation., Il faut verser un acompte lors de la réservation.
We've saved enough for the deposit on the house → Nous avons suffisamment économisé pour l'acompte sur la maison.
(on bottle)consigne f
(for hired goods)caution f
You get the deposit back when you return the bike → On vous remboursera la caution quand vous ramènerez le vélo.
to pay a deposit of £50 → verser une caution de 50 livres
(= money in bank account) → dépôt m
[chemical] → dépôt m; (geological)dépôt m
[ore, oil] → gisement m
vt
(= pay into account) → verser
(= set down) [+ thing] → poser; [+ person] → déposer
[+ valuables] → mettre en dépôt, laisser en dépôt
(= leave) [+ chemical] → former un dépôt de; [+ rock] → déposerdeposit account n (British)compte m sur livret

deposit

vt
(= put down)hinlegen; (upright) → hinstellen; the turtle deposits her eggs in the sanddie Schildkröte legt ihre Eier im Sand ab
money, valuablesdeponieren (in or with bei); I deposited £500 in my accountich zahlte £ 500 auf mein Konto ein
(Geol) → ablagern
n
(Fin, in bank) → Einlage f, → Guthaben nt; to have £500 on depositein Guthaben or eine Einlage von £ 500 haben
(Comm: = part payment) → Anzahlung f; (= returnable security)Sicherheit f, → Kaution f; (for bottle) → Pfand nt, → Depot nt (Sw); to put down a deposit of £1000 on a careine Anzahlung von £ 1000 für ein Auto leisten, £ 1000 für ein Auto anzahlen; to leave a depositeine Sicherheit or Kaution hinterlegen; to lose one’s deposit (Pol) → seine Kaution verlieren
(Chem: in wine, Geol) → Ablagerung f; (= accumulation of ore, coal, oil)(Lager)stätte f; to form a depositsich ablagern; calcium depositsKalziumvorräte pl; fat depositsFettablagerungen pl

deposit

[dɪˈpɒzɪt]
1. n
a. (in bank) → deposito (Comm) (part payment) → acconto; (returnable security) → cauzione f
to put down a deposit of £50 → versare un acconto di 50 sterline
b. (Chem, Geol) → deposito, sedimento; (of ore, oil) → giacimento
2. vt
a. (put down) → posare; (leave, luggage) → mettere or lasciare in deposito, depositare
b. (money, in bank) → depositare

deposit

(diˈpozit) verb
1. to put or set down. She deposited her shopping-basket in the kitchen.
2. to put in for safe keeping. He deposited the money in the bank.
noun
1. an act of putting money in a bank etc. She made several large deposits at the bank during that month.
2. an act of paying money as a guarantee that money which is or will be owed will be paid. We have put down a deposit on a house in the country.
3. the money put into a bank or paid as a guarantee in this way. We decided we could not afford to go on holiday and managed to get back the deposit which we had paid.
4. a quantity of solid matter that has settled at the bottom of a liquid, or is left behind by a liquid. The flood-water left a yellow deposit over everything.
5. a layer (of coal, iron etc) occurring naturally in rock. rich deposits of iron ore.

deposit

يُوْدِعُ vklad udbetaling Guthaben κατάθεση depósito talletus caution polog deposito 預金 예금 storting depositum depozyt depósito аванс insättning เงินฝาก peşinat tiền đặt cọc 存款

de·pos·it

n. depósito;
vt. depositar.

deposit

n depósito, sedimento; vt depositar
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Well, it isn't locked up in a safe deposit box, of that I'm sure," laughed the professor.
Satisfied with this testimony in their favor, the girls proceeded to deposit the body in a shell, ingeniously, and not inelegantly, fabricated of the bark of the birch; after which they lowered it into its dark and final abode.
If we can stop it in time, or control it, we are safe; but if we can not, it will carry away the bed and deposit with the rest, and we are ruined again.
He was moving swiftly back and forth among the debris of his furniture, now and then staving chance fragments of it across the room with his foot; grinding a constant grist of curses through his set teeth; and halting every little while to deposit another handful of his hair on the pile which he had been building of it on the table.
All John Reed's violent tyrannies, all his sisters' proud indifference, all his mother's aversion, all the servants' partiality, turned up in my disturbed mind like a dark deposit in a turbid well.
After having trusted the man whom he has chosen for his son-in-law with the sacred deposit of a woman's happiness, he turns round on that man, and declines to trust him with the infinitely inferior responsibility of providing for her pecuniary future.
The house fronts looked black enough, and the windows blacker, contrasting with the smooth white sheet of snow upon the roofs, and with the dirtier snow upon the ground; which last deposit had been ploughed up in deep furrows by the heavy wheels of carts and waggons; furrows that crossed and recrossed each other hundreds of times where the great streets branched off; and made intricate channels, hard to trace in the thick yellow mud and icy water.
I may argue within myself, that if I had a deposit at a banking-house, the manners of Mr.
Having borne this flattering testimony to the merits of our dwelling-place, and having incidentally shown this tendency to call me "sir," Joe, being invited to sit down to table, looked all round the room for a suitable spot on which to deposit his hat - as if it were only on some very few rare substances in nature that it could find a resting place - and ultimately stood it on an extreme corner of the chimney-piece, from which it ever afterwards fell off at intervals.
Of that also,'' said the King, ``I have bethought me but my time is brief neither does it seem to me unfit, that, when closing the grave on the noble Athelstane, we should deposit therein certain prejudices and hasty opinions.
Richard and Moncharmin, by little Meg herself (the worthy Madame Giry, I am sorry to say, is no more) and by Sorelli, who is now living in retirement at Louveciennes: all the documents relating to the existence of the ghost, which I propose to deposit in the archives of the Opera, have been checked and confirmed by a number of important discoveries of which I am justly proud.
Roque then withdrew to one side and wrote a letter to a friend of his at Barcelona, telling him that the famous Don Quixote of La Mancha, the knight-errant of whom there was so much talk, was with him, and was, he assured him, the drollest and wisest man in the world; and that in four days from that date, that is to say, on Saint John the Baptist's Day, he was going to deposit him in full armour mounted on his horse Rocinante, together with his squire Sancho on an ass, in the middle of the strand of the city; and bidding him give notice of this to his friends the Niarros, that they might divert themselves with him.