redeposit


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redeposit

(ˌriːdɪˈpɒzɪt)
vb (tr)
(Banking & Finance) to deposit again

redeposit


Past participle: redeposited
Gerund: redepositing

Imperative
redeposit
redeposit
Present
I redeposit
you redeposit
he/she/it redeposits
we redeposit
you redeposit
they redeposit
Preterite
I redeposited
you redeposited
he/she/it redeposited
we redeposited
you redeposited
they redeposited
Present Continuous
I am redepositing
you are redepositing
he/she/it is redepositing
we are redepositing
you are redepositing
they are redepositing
Present Perfect
I have redeposited
you have redeposited
he/she/it has redeposited
we have redeposited
you have redeposited
they have redeposited
Past Continuous
I was redepositing
you were redepositing
he/she/it was redepositing
we were redepositing
you were redepositing
they were redepositing
Past Perfect
I had redeposited
you had redeposited
he/she/it had redeposited
we had redeposited
you had redeposited
they had redeposited
Future
I will redeposit
you will redeposit
he/she/it will redeposit
we will redeposit
you will redeposit
they will redeposit
Future Perfect
I will have redeposited
you will have redeposited
he/she/it will have redeposited
we will have redeposited
you will have redeposited
they will have redeposited
Future Continuous
I will be redepositing
you will be redepositing
he/she/it will be redepositing
we will be redepositing
you will be redepositing
they will be redepositing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been redepositing
you have been redepositing
he/she/it has been redepositing
we have been redepositing
you have been redepositing
they have been redepositing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been redepositing
you will have been redepositing
he/she/it will have been redepositing
we will have been redepositing
you will have been redepositing
they will have been redepositing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been redepositing
you had been redepositing
he/she/it had been redepositing
we had been redepositing
you had been redepositing
they had been redepositing
Conditional
I would redeposit
you would redeposit
he/she/it would redeposit
we would redeposit
you would redeposit
they would redeposit
Past Conditional
I would have redeposited
you would have redeposited
he/she/it would have redeposited
we would have redeposited
you would have redeposited
they would have redeposited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.redeposit - deposit once again; "redeposit a cheque"
deposit, bank - put into a bank account; "She deposits her paycheck every month"
2.redeposit - deposit anew; "The water had redeposited minerals on the rocks"
deposit, stick, wedge, lodge - put, fix, force, or implant; "lodge a bullet in the table"; "stick your thumb in the crack"
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This has led banks to launch a new bid to attract dollars by offering 14 percent a year to depositors willing to lock up large sums for three years - funds that the banks redeposit at the Central Bank for yet higher returns.
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NCUA examiners were told the credit union's management had an agreement with several members to withdraw and redeposit shares to lower total assets and liabilities, and therefore maintain a higher reported net worth for regulatory purposes.
By manipulating the fibers as they redeposit, the scar will be stronger and will act and feel more like "normal" tissue.
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His friend agreed that the bank had erred and advised Proust to write a letter requesting a redeposit of the one hundred shares of Mexico Tramways into his account, especially given that "Mexican shares have been very strong in the past days" (XVII, 40).
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