Amortize

• (v. t.) To alienate in mortmain, that is, to convey to a corporation. See Mortmain. • (v. t.) To clear off or extinguish, as a debt, usually by means of a sinking fund. • (v. t.) To make as if dead; to destroy.
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amortize

amortise verb liquidate gradually
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Amortize

A·mor'tize transitive verb [ Middle English amortisen , Late Latin amortisare , admortizare , French amortir to sell in mortmain, to extinguish; Latin ad + mors death. See Mortmain ]. 1. To make as if dead; to destroy. [ Obsolete] Chaucer...
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amortize

amortize, amortise 1. To deaden, to render as if dead, to destroy. 2. To reduce a debt by making payments against the principal balance in installments or regular transfers. 3. To write off the cost of an asset over a period of time in a statement of accounts.
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amortize

end (a debt) by setting aside money 
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Amortize

Payoff off a debt in installments which includes both principal and interest.
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Amortize

To gradually reduce and write off the cost of an asset in a company's accounts over a period of time
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Amortize

To reduce a debt by regular payments of both principal and interest, as opposed to interest only payment.
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Amortize

To repay a loan in equal installments over a period of time Each periodic payment (usually a monthly payment) includes principal and interest the initial payments include higher amounts of interest and as the principal amount is gradually reduced, the monthly payments include more principal and less interest.
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amortize

[v] - liquidate gradually
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