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de·fer·ral

 (dĭ-fûr′əl)
n.
Deferment.
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de•fer•ment

(dɪˈfɜr mənt)

n.
1. the act of deferring; postponement.
2. a temporary exemption from induction into military service.
[1605–15]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.deferral - a state of abeyance or suspended businessdeferral - a state of abeyance or suspended business
abeyance, suspension - temporary cessation or suspension
2.deferral - act of putting off to a future time
delay, holdup - the act of delaying; inactivity resulting in something being put off until a later time
adjournment - the act of postponing to another time or place
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deferral

noun
The act of putting off or the condition of being put off:
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Translations
تأجيل الخِدْمه العَسْكَرِيَّهتَأْجيل، إرْجاء دَعْوى

deferral

[dɪˈfɜːrəl] n [payment] → report m
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defer2

(diˈfə) past tense, past participle deˈferred verb
(with to) to act according to the wishes or opinions of another or the orders of authority. I defer to your greater knowledge of the matter.
deference (ˈdefərəns) noun
1. willingness to consider the wishes etc of others. He always treats his mother with deference.
2. the act of deferring.
in deference to
showing respct for. I let him speak first, in deference to his authority.
deˈferment, deˈferral noun
1. delaying; postponement.
2. officially sanctioned postponement of compulsory military service. draft deferment for college students.
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References in periodicals archive ?
A variation on this option is for employers to allow for post-tax payroll deferral (basically, direct deposit of payroll funds into an HSA without treating the deposit any differently than other payroll which may also be directly deposited into an employee's personal checking account).
Objective: To determine the demographic features and causes of donor deferral in blood donors.
Objective: To analyse the rates and reasons for donor deferral at a blood bank in Saudi Arabia.
Unlike with an exemption, property taxes in a deferral situation continue to accrue along with interest (but cannot be foreclosed upon).
PREVENTION: An uninformed payroll department is usually the cause of continued deferral failures.
They are also more likely to have a default deferral rate greater than 4%.
Deferral leads to loss of precious blood/components available for transfusion.
"From February 4, we will have a 28 day blood donation deferral for people looking to donate blood in England and North Wales who have travelled to countries where the Zika virus is endemic.
The Food and Drug Administration announced finalized blood-donor deferral guidance that includes cutting the deferral for men who have sex with men (MSM) from indefinitely to 1 year from the most recent sexual contact of this type.
The Food and Drug Administration announced finalized blood-donor deferral guidance that includes cutting the deferral for men who have sex with men from indefinitely to 1 year from the most recent sexual contact of this type.