disbursement


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dis·burse·ment

 (dĭs-bûrs′mənt)
n.
1. The act or process of disbursing.
2. Money paid out; expenditure.

dis•burse•ment

(dɪsˈbɜrs mənt)

n.
1. the act or an instance of disbursing.
2. money paid out or spent.
[1590–1600; < Middle French]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.disbursement - amounts paid for goods and services that may be currently tax deductible (as opposed to capital expenditures)disbursement - amounts paid for goods and services that may be currently tax deductible (as opposed to capital expenditures)
cost - the total spent for goods or services including money and time and labor
business expense, trade expense - ordinary and necessary expenses incurred in a taxpayer's business or trade
interest expense - interest paid on loans
lobbying expense - expenses incurred in promoting or evaluating legislation; "many lobbying expenses are deductible by a taxpayer"
medical expense - amount spent for diagnosis or treatment or prevention of medical problems
non-cash expense - an expense (such as depreciation) that is not paid for in cash
moving expense - the cost of moving your residence from one location to another
budget items, operating cost, operating expense, overhead - the expense of maintaining property (e.g., paying property taxes and utilities and insurance); it does not include depreciation or the cost of financing or income taxes
personal expense - the cost of personal or family living; "some personal expenses are tax deductible"
2.disbursement - the act of spending or disbursing moneydisbursement - the act of spending or disbursing money
defrayal, defrayment, payment - the act of paying money
expending, expenditure - the act of spending money for goods or services
compensatory spending, deficit spending, pump priming - spending money raised by borrowing; used by governments to stimulate their economy

disbursement

noun payment, spending, expenditure, disposal, outlay We hope to have the funds ready for disbursement by September.

disbursement

noun
Something expended to obtain a benefit or desired result:
Translations

disbursement

[dɪsˈbɜːsmənt] N (frm) → desembolso m

disbursement

[dɪsˈbɜːrsmənt] (formal) n
(= paying out) [money] → déboursement m
(= sum paid) → débours m

disbursement

nAuszahlung f

disbursement

[dɪsˈbɜːsmənt] n (frm) → esborso
References in classic literature ?
And the first disbursement I desire to be made is the payment of the wages I owe for the time my housekeeper has served me, with twenty ducats, over and above, for a gown.
It must embrace a provision for the support of the national civil list; for the payment of the national debts contracted, or that may be contracted; and, in general, for all those matters which will call for disbursements out of the national treasury.
There being at that time great disbursements for increasing the works, building an ingenio, and buying slaves, it did not amount to near so much as afterwards it produced; however," says the old man, "I shall give you a true account of what I have received in all, and how I have disposed of it."
tobacco in roll, and sugar in chests, besides rum, molasses, &c., which is the consequence of a sugar-work; and I found by this account, that every year the income considerably increased; but, as above, the disbursements being large, the sum at first was small: however, the old man let me see that he was debtor to me four hundred and seventy moidores of gold, besides sixty chests of sugar and fifteen double rolls of tobacco, which were lost in his ship; he having been shipwrecked coming home to Lisbon, about eleven years after my having the place.
- Do not forget the small account for disbursements."
A committee of his political party has besought him for a hundred or two of dollars, in addition to his previous disbursements, towards carrying on the fall campaign.
I found on further investigation that this was so, or at least there was an agreement between him and my aunt that he should account to her for all his disbursements. As he had no idea of deceiving her, and always desired to please her, he was thus made chary of launching into expense.
Suppose it is rather fussy and provoking, like all good housekeepers, --it can at any moment render an account of its disbursements. Where is the merchant who would not gladly give five per cent of his entire capital if he could insure himself against LEAKAGE?"
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to immediately publish a Federal Register Notice (FRN) identifying the requirements for the disbursement of disaster recovery funds appropriated for Puerto Rico and the U.S.
154.0 billion to small farmers which was 23% higher than the disbursement of Rs 124.8 billion during same period last year.
According to the State Bank of Pakistan, agricultural credit disbursement during FY19 had witnessed an increase of 21pc over the last one year.
'The achievement of agriculture credit disbursement is a sizable performance in agriculture lending despite number of demand and supply side challenges,' said the SBP.