deposit

a coherent geological body such as a mineralised body;

Deposit

A percentage of the full purchase price, normally 10%, which is paid by the purchaser on exchange of contracts

Deposit

An initial payment that is made when you exchange contracts. Usually five per cent or more of the asking price

Deposit

Quantity of toxicant or the toxicant preparation deposited on a unit area of plant, plant part or other surface at a given application. May refer to the deposit of the total spray preparation, or may refer only to the amount of chemical left after the water evaporates.

Deposit

[politics] A deposit is a sum of money that a candidate must pay in return for the right to stand for election to certain political offices, particularly seats in legislatures. In the typical case, the deposit collected is repaid to the candidate after the poll, if that candidate obtains a specified proportion of the votes cast. The purpose...
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Deposit

A deposit is a natural accumulation of something, like minerals or fossils.
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Deposit

£500 paid by candidates or their parties to be allowed to stand. It is returned if the candidate wins 5% or more of the votes cast.
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deposit

[n] - money deposited in a bank 2. [n] - money given as security for an article acquired for temporary use 3. [n] - the phenomenon of sediment or gravel accumulating 4. [n] - a payment given as a guarantee that an obligation will be met 5. [n] - the act of putting something somewhere 6. [v] - put into a bank account
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Deposit

In relation to a property purchase the deposit refers to the amount of a borrowers own money used to purchase a property.
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Deposit

In white wines, this is generally a trace of colourless tartaric acid which has no taste and is in no way dangerous. On the other hand, in red wines, the same deposit generally contains a bitter tannin and a pigment; it should be left as it is in the bottle so as not to disturb the wine.
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Deposit

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deposit

Foreign substance which comes from the environment, adhering to a surface of a material
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deposit

Another word for cash
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Deposit

a sum of money put up as security for the performance of some commitment, as at exchange of contracts for the purchase of a property. an interest earning bank account. colloquially, the cash sum needed from a purchaser of property to make a mortgage advance cover the purchase price.
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Deposit

A sum of money paid in advance as a guarantee of performance by the payer. If the payer breaches the contract, he loses the deposit
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Deposit

Sum of money which is placed with a deposit taker (a bank for example), usually in exchange for interest on the money deposited.
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deposit

Sum of money which is placed with a deposit taker (a bank for example), usually in exchange for interest on the money deposited.
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Deposit

Is the money that the buyer gives with an offer to purchase something. It is also lso called earnest money.
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Deposit

De·pos'it transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Deposited ; present participle & verbal noun Depositing .] [ Latin depositus , past participle of deponere . See Depone , and confer Deposit ,
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Deposit

De·pos'it noun [ Latin depositum , from depositus , past participle of deponere : confer French dépôt , Old French depost . See Deposit , transitive verb , and confer Depot .] 1. That which is deposited, or laid or ...
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deposit

1. That is deposited, or laid or thrown down; as, a deposit in a flue; especially, matter precipitated from a solution (as the siliceous deposits of hot springs), or that which is mechanically deposited (as the mud, gravel, etc, deposits of a river). 'The deposit already formed affording to the succeeding portion of the charged fluid a basis.' (Kir...
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deposit

noun the act of putting something somewhere
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deposit

noun money deposited in a bank
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deposit

(de-poz´it) sediment or dregs. extraneous inorganic matter collected in the tissues or in an organ of the body.
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Deposit

• (n.) To lay aside; to rid one`s self of. • (v. t.) That which is placed anywhere, or in any one`s hands, for safe keeping; something intrusted to the care of another; esp., money lodged with a bank or banker, subject to order; anything given as pledge or security. • (v. t.) A place of deposit; a depository. • (n.) To lay down;...
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