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CD [シーディー] /(n) (1) compact disk/CD/(2) cash dispenser/(3) (negotiable) certificate of deposit/
ざらつき /(n,adj-no) rough deposits/rough surface/roughness/
エナメル芽細胞 [エナメルがさいぼう] /(n) ameloblast/tooth enamel depositing cell/
カルスト /(n,adj-no) karst (geologic formation of irregular limestone deposits) (ger: Karst)/
カンブリア系 [カンブリアけい] /(n,adj-no) Cambrian system (i.e. rock layer deposited during the Cambrian period)/
ザラツキ /(n,adj-no) rough deposits/rough surface/roughness/
セーフティ・ボックス /(n) safety deposit box (wasei: safety box)/
セーフティー・ボックス /(n) safety deposit box (wasei: safety box)/
セーフティーボックス /(n) safety deposit box (wasei: safety box)/
セーフティボックス /(n) safety deposit box (wasei: safety box)/
セイフティ・ボックス /(n) (1) safe deposit box (wasei: safety box)/(2) small safe/
セイフティボックス /(n) (1) safe deposit box (wasei: safety box)/(2) small safe/
デポジット /(n) deposit/(P)/
デポジット制度 [デポジットせいど] /(n) deposit system/
ペイ・オフ /(n) (1) deposit insurance/(2) payoff (e.g. in game theory)/
ペイオフ /(n) (1) deposit insurance/(2) payoff (e.g. in game theory)/
一時預け [いちじあずけ] /(n) (baggage) checking/temporary depositing/
鉛鉱 [えんこう] /(n) lead mine/lead deposits/
仮納 [かのう] /(n,vs) deposit/
仮納金 [かのうきん] /(n) deposit/
火成鉱床 [かせいこうしょう] /(n) igneous deposit/
海成層 [かいせいそう] /(n) marine deposit/
界 [かい] /(n) (1) (biol) kingdom/(2) (geol) erathem (rock layer corresponding to the era in which it was deposited)/(3) partition of land/(suf) (4) the world of (some category)/
外貨預金 [がいかよきん] /(n) foreign currency deposit/
寄託 [きたく] /(n,vs) deposit/entrusting/
寄託図書館 [きたくとしょかん] /(n) (comp) deposit library/
供託 [きょうたく] /(n,vs) deposit/
供託金 [きょうたくきん] /(n) deposit of money/
供託物 [きょうたくぶつ] /(n) something deposited/
金鉱 [きんこう] /(n) (1) gold ore/gold deposit/(2) gold mine/
金砂鉱 [きんさこう] /(n) placer gold/gold found in placer deposits/
銀行預金 [ぎんこうよきん] /(n) bank deposit/
月掛け貯金 [つきがけちょきん] /(n) monthly installment deposit/monthly instalment deposit/monthly savings/
鉱床 [こうしょう] /(n) mineral deposit/ore deposit/
鉱床学 [こうしょうがく] /(n) study of mineral deposits/economic geology/
砂鉱 [さこう] /(n) (geol) placer/minerals found in placer deposits/
砂鉱床 [さこうしょう] /(n) (geol) placer/placer deposit/
歯石 [しせき] /(n) dental calculus (calcified deposits that accumulate on the teeth)/tartar (of the teeth)/
手金 [てきん] /(n) deposit/
手付 [てつけ] /(n) deposit/earnest money/
手付け [てつけ] /(n) deposit/earnest money/
手付け金 [てつけきん] /(n) deposit/earnest money/
手付金 [てつけきん] /(n) deposit/earnest money/
出し入れ [だしいれ] /(n,vs) deposit and withdraw/taking in and out/
証拠金 [しょうこきん] /(n) (1) deposit (e.g. on the purchase of a house)/earnest money/guarantee money/(2) margin (payment)/warrant money/cover/
譲渡可能定期預金証書 [じょうとかのうていきよきんしょうしょ] /(n) negotiable certificate of deposit/
譲渡性預金 [じょうとせいよきん] /(n) negotiable deposit/
振り込み [ふりこみ] /(n) (1) payment made via bank deposit transfer/(2) (mahj) discarding a tile that becomes another player's winning tile/(P)/
振り込む [ふりこむ] /(v5m,vt) (1) to make a payment via bank deposit transfer/(2) (mahj) to discard another player's winning tile/(P)/
振込 [ふりこみ] /(n) (1) payment made via bank deposit transfer/(2) (mahj) discarding a tile that becomes another player's winning tile/
振込み [ふりこみ] /(io) (n) (1) payment made via bank deposit transfer/(2) (mahj) discarding a tile that becomes another player's winning tile/
振込む [ふりこむ] /(v5m,vt) (1) to make a payment via bank deposit transfer/(2) (mahj) to discard another player's winning tile/
睡眠預金 [すいみんよきん] /(n) inactive bank account (no withdrawals or deposits made, and to which the owner's rights have been terminated)/
積み金 [つみきん] /(n) reserve fund/savings/deposit/
積金 [つみきん] /(n) reserve fund/savings/deposit/
積立金 [つみたてきん] /(n) reserve (fund)/deposit/(P)/
接収 [せっしゅう] /(n,vs) requisition/requisitioning/seizure/confiscation/impounding/retaining (e.g. deposit)/
前受金 [まえうけきん] /(n) advance received/sales deposits/
総合口座 [そうごうこうざ] /(n) savings account/deposit account/
打つ [うつ] /(v5t,vt) (1) to hit/to strike/to knock/to beat/to punch/to slap/to tap/to bang/to clap/to pound/(2) to strike (noon, etc.)/to sound (cymbals, etc.)/to beat (a drum, etc.)/(3) to beat (rhythmically, e.g. pulse, waves, etc.)/(4) to move/to impress/to touch/(5) to drive in/to hammer in/to put in/to inject/(6) to type/to send/to transmit/(7) to insert/to write in/to mark/(8) to make (noodles, etc.)/to prepare/(9) to till (soil)/(10) to sprinkle/to throw/to cast/(11) to do/to carry out/to play/to perform/to engage in (gambling, etc.)/(12) to pay (a deposit, etc.)/(13) to visit (on a pilgrimage)/(14) to line (a coat)/(15) to bind (a criminal)/(P)/
堆積 [たいせき] /(n,vs) pile (of things)/depositing (in a pile)/accumulation (sediment)/(P)/
堆積物 [たいせきぶつ] /(n) sediment/deposit/
貸し金庫 [かしきんこ] /(n) safe-deposit box/
貸金庫 [かしきんこ] /(n) safe-deposit box/
貯金 [ちょきん] /(n,vs) (1) putting money aside/savings/deposit (e.g. in a bank)/(2) (baseb) accumulated surplus of wins/wins in the bank/(P)/
沈積物 [ちんせきぶつ] /(n) deposit/sediment/sedimentation/
沈着 [ちんちゃく] /(n,vs) (1) settling or depositing (at the bottom of something)/deposition/pigmentation/(n,adj-na) (2) composure/calmness/(P)/
沈殿物 [ちんでんぶつ] /(n) sediment/deposit/precipitate/sludge/lees/
沈澱物 [ちんでんぶつ] /(n) sediment/deposit/precipitate/sludge/lees/
定期 [ていき] /(n) (1) fixed period/fixed term/(adj-no) (2) regular/periodic/periodical/(n) (3) (abbr) fixed-term commutation pass/(4) (abbr) fixed-term deposit/(5) (abbr) futures contracts/(P)/
定期預金 [ていきよきん] /(n) term deposit/(fixed) time deposit/(P)/
澱 [よどみ] /(n) (1) stagnation/deposit/sediment/backwater/(2) faltering/hesitation/pause/
澱み [よどみ] /(n) (1) stagnation/deposit/sediment/backwater/(2) faltering/hesitation/pause/
澱む [よどむ] /(v5m,vi) to stagnate/to be stagnant/to settle/to deposit/to be sedimented/to be precipitated/to hesitate/to be sluggish/to stammer/to stumble/to falter/(P)/
投入 [とうにゅう] /(n,vs) (1) throwing into/inserting/depositing/(2) investment/putting in (personnel, etc.)/(3) release of a product/(4) making (an electrical circuit)/(P)/
湯の花 [ゆのはな] /(n) hot-springs mineral deposits (resembling flowers)/flowers of sulphur/geyserite/
湯の華 [ゆのはな] /(n) hot-springs mineral deposits (resembling flowers)/flowers of sulphur/geyserite/
湯花 [ゆばな] /(n) hot-springs mineral deposits (resembling flowers)/flowers of sulphur/geyserite/
湯華 [ゆばな] /(n) hot-springs mineral deposits (resembling flowers)/flowers of sulphur/geyserite/
湯畑 [ゆばたけ] /(n) hot spring area where mineral deposits are harvested/
頭金 [あたまきん] /(n) down payment/deposit/(P)/
内金 [うちきん] /(n) (1) deposit/money paid on account/(2) bargain money/
入金 [にゅうきん] /(n,vs) deposit/payment/money received/money due/(P)/
入金票 [にゅうきんひょう] /(n) deposit slip/
入出金 [にゅうしゅっきん] /(n) deposit and withdrawal (of money)/receiving and making payments/
納骨 [のうこつ] /(n,vs,adj-no) laying (a person's) ashes to rest/depositing ashes/
納本図書館 [のうほんとしょかん] /(n) (comp) deposit library/
敷 [しき] /(n-suf,n-pref,n) (1) spreading/laying out/covering/(n) (2) (abbr) security deposit/(3) (abbr) Japanese mattress/
敷き [しき] /(n-suf,n-pref,n) (1) spreading/laying out/covering/(n) (2) (abbr) security deposit/(3) (abbr) Japanese mattress/
敷金 [しききん] /(n) (security) deposit/caution money/(P)/
払い込む [はらいこむ] /(v5m,vt) to deposit/to pay in/(P)/
別途預金 [べっとよきん] /(n) special deposit/
保管 [ほかん] /(n,vs) charge/custody/safekeeping/deposit/storage/(P)/
保管会社 [ほかんがいしゃ] /(n) safety-deposit company/
保管金 [ほかんきん] /(n) money on deposit/
保護預かり [ほごあずかり] /(n) safe deposit/
保証金 [ほしょうきん] /(n) deposit (esp. on renting a house)/security money/bond payment/guarantee/(P)/
法定準備制度 [ほうていじゅんびせいど] /(n) legal reserve system (USA)/reserve deposit requirement system/
法定納本 [ほうていのうほん] /(n) (comp) legal deposit/
埋蔵物 [まいぞうぶつ] /(n) buried property/buried treasure/treasure trove/deposits/
埋蔵量 [まいぞうりょう] /(n) deposits/reserves/
夜間預金々庫 [やかんよきんきんこ] /(n) night-deposit safe/
夜間預金金庫 [やかんよきんきんこ] /(n) night-deposit safe/
郵貯 [ゆうちょ] /(n) (abbr) postal (post-office) savings (deposit)/(P)/
郵便貯金 [ゆうびんちょきん] /(n) postal savings (deposit)/
予約金 [よやくきん] /(n) deposit/
預かり金 [あずかりきん] /(n) deposit (received)/
預かり資産 [あずかりしさん] /(n) assets on deposit/assets in custody/deposit assets/
預かり証 [あずかりしょう] /(n) claim check/baggage check/luggage check/deposit receipt/(P)/
預かる [あずかる] /(v5r,vt) (1) to look after/to take care of/to keep/to hold on to/to keep in custody/(2) to take charge of/to be entrusted with/to receive on deposit/(3) to reserve (judgment)/to leave undecided/(P)/
預ける [あずける] /(v1,vt) (1) to give into custody/to leave (a child) in the care of/to entrust/to deposit/(2) to lean on/to put one's weight on/(P)/
預け入れ [あずけいれ] /(n,vs) deposit/
預け入れる [あずけいれる] /(v1,vt) to make a deposit/(P)/
預り金 [あずかりきん] /(n) deposit (received)/
預り証 [あずかりしょう] /(n) claim check/baggage check/luggage check/deposit receipt/
預金 [よきん] /(n,vs) deposit/bank account/(P)/
預金残高証明書 [よきんざんだかしょうめいしょ] /(n) bank certificate/bank certification/bank certification of deposit/
預金準備率 [よきんじゅんびりつ] /(n) cash-deposit ratio/
預金通帳 [よきんつうちょう] /(n) (deposit) passbook/bankbook/
預金保険 [よきんほけん] /(n) deposit insurance/
預金保険制度 [よきんほけんせいど] /(n) deposit insurance system/
預金保護 [よきんほご] /(n) bank deposit guarantee/
預金保証 [よきんほしょう] /(n) bank deposit guarantee/
預金利率 [よきんりりつ] /(n) deposit interest rate/
預血 [よけつ] /(n,vs) depositing blood (in a blood bank)/
預貸率 [よたいりつ] /(n) loan-deposit ratio/
預託 [よたく] /(n,vs,adj-no) depositing (of money, valuables, etc.)/deposition/(P)/
預託金 [よたくきん] /(n) deposit/
預貯金 [よちょきん] /(n) deposits and savings/bank account/(P)/
預入 [あずけいれ] /(io) (n,vs) deposit/
預入 [よにゅう] /(n) deposit/
預入れ [あずけいれ] /(io) (n,vs) deposit/
揚げ超 [あげちょう] /(n) (abbr) excess of withdrawals over deposits/
要求払い預金 [ようきゅうはらいよきん] /(n) demand deposit/
淀 [よどみ] /(n) (1) stagnation/deposit/sediment/backwater/(2) faltering/hesitation/pause/
淀み [よどみ] /(n) (1) stagnation/deposit/sediment/backwater/(2) faltering/hesitation/pause/
淀む [よどむ] /(v5m,vi) to stagnate/to be stagnant/to settle/to deposit/to be sedimented/to be precipitated/to hesitate/to be sluggish/to stammer/to stumble/to falter/
流動性預金 [りゅうどうせいよきん] /(n) liquid deposit/
両建て預金 [りょうだてよきん] /(n) compulsory deposit in return for loan/
Please pay a deposit of two month's rent. 2ヶ月分の敷金を入れていただきます。
We'd like a deposit of $50. 50$の内金をお願いします。
Deposit your money in the bank. あなたのお金を銀行に預けなさい。
You are required to provide three months' rent in deposit. あなたは家賃の三ヶ月分を資金として払わなければならない。
Deposit this check in my checking account. この小切手を銀行の当座に入れなさい。
This deposit bears three percent interest. この貯金には三分の利子が付く。
He poured in the sample and deposited the $10.00. コンピューターを見つけ、検尿を入れて10ドルを払った。
Would you put this in the safety-deposit box. セイフティーボックスに預かってくれないか。
We have safety deposit boxes. セイフティボックスがございます。
We'd like a deposit for one night. 一泊分の内金をお願いします。
Can I deposit valuables here? 貴重品をここで預かってもらえますか。
I made a deposit of $1,000 at the bank. 銀行に1000ドル貯金した。
When you put money in the bank, you deposit it. 銀行にお金を預ければ、預金した事になる。
Please deposit the money in a bank. 銀行にそのお金を預けてください。
Some people do not like to deposit their money in banks. 銀行に預けるのが嫌いな人もいる。
The flood deposited a layer of mud. 洪水のあとに粘土の層が残った。
He went back to the drug store, located the machine, poured in the sample and deposited the $10.00. 再び薬局へ出向き、混合物をマシーンに入れ、10ドルを支払う。
We deposit money in a bank. 私たちは銀行にお金を預けます。
I have a deposit of 500,000 yen at the bank. 私は50万円の貯金が銀行にある。
I've deposited the money in the bank. 私はそのお金を銀行に預けた。
I put the money in three-year time deposit at the bank. 私は金を銀行に3年定期預金に入れた。
I went to the bank to withdraw $20,000 from deposit. 私は銀行に行って預金から2万ドル引き出した。
I've deposited the papers with him. 私は書類を彼に預けた。
I have a deposit of a thousand dollars here. 私は当銀行に1000ドルの預金がある。
Do I have to leave a deposit? 前金を頂けなければなりませんか。
Do you have safety deposit boxes? 貸し金庫はありますか。
Do you have safety deposit boxes? 貸金庫はありますか。
Money market deposit. 短期間金融市場預金勘定。
While long-term credit banks are authorized by law to issue bonds to raise fund, they are not allowed to take deposits the way ordinary banks are. 長期信用銀行は資金を調達するために債券発行することが法によって認可されるが、彼らは普通銀行がのような方法で預金を取ることができない。
Deposits on long-term leases. 長期貸借契約預かり金。
He deposited 100 dollars in his saving account. 彼は口座に100ドル預けた。
He deposited his papers with his lawyer. 彼は書類を弁護士に預けた。
He deposited the prize money in the bank. 彼は賞金を銀行に預金した。
He deposited a lot of money in the bank. 彼は多額のお金を銀行に預けた。
He set as his goal, the deposit of three million yen. 彼は貯金の目標を300万に決めた。
They deposited their bundles on the rock. 彼らは荷物を岩の上に置いた。
She deposited the box on the table. 彼女はその箱をテーブルの上に置いた。
She deposited a large sum of money in the bank. 彼女は大金を銀行に預けた。
Every month she deposits 10,000 yen. 彼女は毎月1万円を銀行に預金する。
Do you require a security deposit? 敷金は必要ですか。
I want to deposit some money. 預金したいのですが。
spsc-14111817 Deposit verification form 預金証明フォーム
spsc-44111615 Deposit bags 預金用バッグ
spsc-71131406 Iron sulfide deposit removal services 鉄硫化沈殿物除去サービス
spsc-84122001 Deposit verification services 預金照合サービス
HS830300000 Armoured or reinforced safes, strong -boxes and doors and safe deposit lockers for strong -rooms, cash or deed boxes and the like, of base metal. 卑金属製の金庫、金庫室の扉及び貴重品保管ロッカー並びに卑金属製のキャッシュボックスその他これに類する物品
{adj: aboveground} on or above the surface of the ground "aboveground nuclear testing" "surface instruments for detecting oil deposits" "surface transportation"
{adj: allochthonous} of rocks, deposits, etc.; found in a place other than where they and their constituents were formed <-> autochthonous
{adj: autochthonous} of rocks, deposits, etc.; found where they and their constituents were formed <-> allochthonous
{adj: basinal} of or relating to a basin "basinal deposits"
{adj: buckshee} free of charge "if they deposit these shares in the scheme they will get further buckshee shares on a one-for-one basis"- Economist
{adj: crossed} (of a check) marked for deposit only as indicated by having two lines drawn across it <-> uncrossed
{adj: fluvial} of or relating to or happening in a river "fluvial deposits"
{adj: glacial} relating to or derived from a glacier "glacial deposit"
{adj: mineral} of or containing or derived from minerals "a mineral deposit" "mineral water" <-> animal, vegetable
{adj: mineral} relating to minerals "mineral elements" "mineral deposits"
{adj: nonreturnable} that may not be returned "nonreturnable bottles cannot be exchanged for a deposit" "sale merchandise is nonreturnable" <-> returnable
{adj: ossified} changed into bone; hardened by deposits of mineral matter "cartilages ossified with age"
{adj: rusty} covered with or consisting of rust "a rusty machine" "rusty deposits"
{adj: safe-deposit, safety-deposit} safe for the storage of valuables "kept the deed in his safe-deposit box at the bank"
{adj: sedimentary} resembling or containing or formed by the accumulation of sediment "sedimentary deposits"
{adj: stratified, bedded} deposited or arranged in horizontal layers "stratified rock" <-> unstratified
{adj: surficial} pertaining to or occurring on or near the earth's surface "a surficial geologic deposit"
{adj: thalassic} relating to the seas, especially smaller or inland seas "deposits of sediment in gulfs and seas rather than in the ocean proper are known as thalassic deposits"- Scientific American
{adj: unmined} not mined "deposits of unmined uranium" <-> mined
{adj: unprofitable} producing little or no profit or gain "deposits abandoned by mining companies as unprofitable" <-> profitable
{adj: unstratified} not deposited in layers "glacial till is unstratified" <-> stratified
{adv: glacially} by a glacier "glacially deposited material"
{n: Atacama Desert} a desert in northern Chile rich in nitrate and copper deposits
{n: B-horizon, B horizon} immediately below the A-horizon; contains deposits of organic matter leached from surface soils
{n: Carlsbad} a town in southeastern New Mexico on the Pecos River near the Mexican border; potash deposits
{n: Clitocybe, genus Clitocybe} a genus of agarics with white to pale yellow spore deposits and fleshy stalks centrally attached to the cap and closely attached gills
{n: Eurodollar} a United States dollar deposited in a European bank and used as an international currency to finance trade
{n: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, FDIC} a federally sponsored corporation that insures accounts in national banks and other qualified institutions
{n: Gymnopilus, genus Gymnopilus} a genus of fungus characterized by the orange color of the spore deposit
{n: Lorraine, Lothringen} an eastern French region rich in iron-ore deposits
{n: M1} a measure of the money supply; includes currency in circulation plus demand deposits or checking account balances
{n: M2} a measure of the money supply; M1 plus net time deposits (other than large certificates of deposit)
{n: M3} a measure of the money supply; M2 plus deposits at institutions that are not banks (such as savings and loan associations)
{n: Mesabi Range} a range of hills in northeastern Minnesota where rich iron ore deposits were discovered in 1887
{n: Riss glaciation} the next-to-last Pleistocene glaciation in the Alps and the deposits laid down at that time
{n: Saale glaciation} the next-to-last Pleistocene glaciation in northern Europe and the deposits laid down at that time
{n: Sayan Mountains} a range of mountains in southern Siberia west of Lake Baikal; contain important mineral deposits
{n: Silesia, Slask, Slezsko, Schlesien} a region of central Europe rich in deposits of coal and iron ore; annexed by Prussia in 1742 but now largely in Poland
{n: Western Sahara, Spanish Sahara} an area in northwestern Africa with rich phosphate deposits; under Moroccan control since 1992
{n: Witwatersrand, Rand, Reef} a rocky region in the southern Transvaal in northeastern South Africa; contains rich gold deposits and coal and manganese
{n: Wolstonian glaciation} the next-to-last Pleistocene glaciation in Britain and the deposits laid down at that time
{n: accretion} (geology) an increase in land resulting from alluvial deposits or waterborne sediment
{n: alluvial fan, alluvial cone} a fan-shaped deposit where a fast flowing stream flattens out
{n: alluvial sediment, alluvial deposit, alluvium, alluvion} clay or silt or gravel carried by rushing streams and deposited where the stream slows down
{n: alluvial soil} a fine-grained fertile soil deposited by water flowing over flood plains or in river beds
{n: alluvion} gradual formation of new land, by recession of the sea or deposit of sediment
{n: amygdaloid} volcanic rock in which rounded cavities formed by expanding gas have subsequently become filled with mineral deposits
{n: amyloidosis} a disorder characterized by deposit of amyloid in organs or tissues; often secondary to chronic rheumatoid arthritis or tuberculosis or multiple myeloma
{n: apposition} (biology) growth in the thickness of a cell wall by the deposit of successive layers of material
{n: arcus, arcus senilis} an whitish deposit in the shape of an arc that is sometimes seen in the cornea
{n: argillaceous rock} a sedimentary rock formed from clay deposits
{n: arterial plaque} a fatty deposit inside an arterial wall; characteristic of atherosclerosis
{n: atheroma} a fatty deposit in the intima (inner lining) of an artery; can obstruct blood flow
{n: atherosclerosis, coronary artery disease} a stage of arteriosclerosis involving fatty deposits (atheromas) inside the arterial walls
{n: ballot box} a box where voters deposit their ballots
{n: bank draft, banker's draft} a draft drawn by a bank against funds deposited in another bank
{n: bank gravel, pit-run gravel, pit run} gravel as found in natural deposits
{n: bankbook, passbook} a record of deposits and withdrawals and interest held by depositors at certain banks
{n: banking} transacting business with a bank; depositing or withdrawing funds or requesting a loan etc.
{n: bedrock} solid unweathered rock lying beneath surface deposits of soil
{n: bornite, peacock ore} a mineral consisting of sulfides of copper and iron that is found in copper deposits
{n: bottle bank} a place where bottles can be deposited for recycling
{n: caliche} nitrate-bearing rock or gravel of the sodium nitrate deposits of Chile and Peru
{n: carpenter ant} ant that nests in decaying wood in which it bores tunnels for depositing eggs
{n: cellulite} lumpy deposits of body fat especially on women's thighs etc.
{n: certificate of deposit, CD} a debt instrument issued by a bank; usually pays interest
{n: certified check, certified cheque} a check containing certification that the person who issued the check has sufficient funds on deposit to cover payment
{n: charnel house, charnel} a vault or building where corpses or bones are deposited
{n: coal} fossil fuel consisting of carbonized vegetable matter deposited in the Carboniferous period
{n: commercial bank, full service bank} a financial institution that accepts demand deposits and makes loans and provides other services for the public
{n: compensating balance, offsetting balance} a minimum credit balance that a bank may require a borrower to keep on deposit as a condition for granting a loan; a common requirement for establishing a line of credit at a bank "the compensating balance increases the effective interest rate to the bank since the net amount loaned is reduced but the interest paid is unchanged"
{n: demand deposit} a bank deposit from which withdrawals can be made without notice
{n: dental plaque, bacterial plaque} a film of mucus and bacteria deposited on the teeth that encourages the development of dental caries
{n: deposit, bank deposit} money deposited in a bank
{n: deposit, deposition} the act of putting something somewhere
{n: deposit, sedimentation, alluviation} the phenomenon of sediment or gravel accumulating
{n: deposition, deposit} the natural process of laying down a deposit of something
{n: depository financial institution, bank, banking concern, banking company} a financial institution that accepts deposits and channels the money into lending activities "he cashed a check at the bank" "that bank holds the mortgage on my home"
{n: depository, deposit, depositary, repository} a facility where things can be deposited for storage or safekeeping
{n: depositor} a person who has deposited money in a bank or similar institution
{n: deposit} a payment given as a guarantee that an obligation will be met
{n: deposit} money given as security for an article acquired for temporary use "his deposit was refunded when he returned the car"
{n: dicot, dicotyledon, magnoliopsid, exogen} flowering plant with two cotyledons; the stem grows by deposit on its outside
{n: down payment, deposit} a partial payment made at the time of purchase; the balance to be paid later
{n: drop} a predetermined hiding place for the deposit and distribution of illicit goods (such as drugs or stolen property)
{n: efflorescence, bloom} a powdery deposit on a surface
{n: electrostatic printer} a printer that uses an electric charge to deposit toner on paper
{n: eruption, eructation, extravasation} (of volcanos) pouring out fumes of lava (or a deposit so formed)
{n: esker} (geology) a long winding ridge of post glacial gravel and other sediment; deposited by meltwater from glaciers or ice sheets
{n: exploitation, development} the act of making some area of land or water more profitable or productive or useful "the development of Alaskan resources" "the exploitation of copper deposits"
{n: float} the time interval between the deposit of a check in a bank and its payment
{n: frost, hoar, hoarfrost, rime} ice crystals forming a white deposit (especially on objects outside)
{n: gallfly} any of various insects that deposit their eggs in plants causing galls in which the larvae feed
{n: gold, Au, atomic number 79} a soft yellow malleable ductile (trivalent and univalent) metallic element; occurs mainly as nuggets in rocks and alluvial deposits; does not react with most chemicals but is attacked by chlorine and aqua regia
{n: gout, gouty arthritis, urarthritis} a painful inflammation of the big toe and foot caused by defects in uric acid metabolism resulting in deposits of the acid and its salts in the blood and joints
{n: hemosiderosis, haemosiderosis} abnormal deposit of hemosiderin; often a symptom of thalassemia or hemochromatosis
{n: intussusception} (biology) growth in the surface area of a cell by the deposit of new particles between existing particles in the cell wall
{n: keratinization, keratinisation} organic process by which keratin is deposited in cells and the cells become horny (as in nails and hair)
{n: kettle hole, kettle} (geology) a hollow (typically filled by a lake) that results from the melting of a mass of ice trapped in glacial deposits
{n: key} a generic term for any device whose possession entitles the holder to a means of access "a safe-deposit box usually requires two keys to open it"
{n: laterite} a red soil produced by rock decay; contains insoluble deposits of ferric and aluminum oxides
{n: limestone} a sedimentary rock consisting mainly of calcium that was deposited by the remains of marine animals
{n: lode, load} a deposit of valuable ore occurring within definite boundaries separating it from surrounding rocks
{n: loess} a fine-grained unstratified accumulation of clay and silt deposited by the wind
{n: maildrop} a drop where mail can be deposited
{n: margin call, call} a demand by a broker that a customer deposit enough to bring his margin up to the minimum requirement
{n: margin, security deposit} the amount of collateral a customer deposits with a broker when borrowing from the broker to buy securities
{n: marl} a loose and crumbling earthy deposit consisting mainly of calcite or dolomite; used as a fertilizer for soils deficient in lime
{n: melanoderma} abnormally dark skin caused by increased deposits of melatonin
{n: melanosis, melanism} a condition characterized by abnormal deposits of melanin (especially in the skin)
{n: monocot, monocotyledon, liliopsid, endogen} a monocotyledonous flowering plant; the stem grows by deposits on its inside
{n: moraine} accumulated earth and stones deposited by a glacier
{n: mother lode, champion lode} the main vein of ore in a deposit
{n: nephrocalcinosis} renal lithiasis in which calcium deposits form in the renal parenchyma and result in reduced kidney function and blood in the urine
{n: nidus} a nest in which spiders or insects deposit their eggs
{n: oilfield} a region rich in petroleum deposits (especially one with producing oil wells)
{n: olivenite} rare green to black mineral consisting of hydrated copper arsenate that is found in copper deposits
{n: onchocerciasis, river blindness} infestation with slender threadlike roundworms (filaria) deposited under the skin by the bite of black fleas; when the eyes are involved it can result in blindness; common in Africa and tropical America
{n: overburden} the surface soil that must be moved away to get at coal seams and mineral deposits
{n: parking meter} a coin-operated timer located next to a parking space; depositing money into it entitles you to park your car there for a specified length of time
{n: passbook savings account} a savings account in which deposits and withdrawals are recorded in the depositor's passbook
{n: pawnbroker} a person who lends money at interest in exchange for personal property that is deposited as security
{n: pawn} an article deposited as security
{n: personal check, personal cheque} a check drawn against funds deposited in your personal checking account
{n: pinguecula} a slightly elevated elastic tissue deposit in the conjunctiva that may extend to the cornea but does not cover it
{n: placer} an alluvial deposit that contains particles of some valuable mineral
{n: plating, metal plating} a thin coating of metal deposited on a surface
{n: platinum, Pt, atomic number 78} a heavy precious metallic element; grey-white and resistant to corroding; occurs in some nickel and copper ores and is also found native in some deposits
{n: pledgee} someone to whom a pledge is made or someone with whom something is deposited as a pledge
{n: pledge} a deposit of personal property as security for a debt "his saxophone was in pledge"
{n: pollen tube} (botany) a slender tubular outgrowth from a pollen grain when deposited on the stigma for a flower; it penetrates the style and conveys the male gametes to the ovule
{n: postbox, mailbox, letter box} public box for deposit of mail
{n: prospector} someone who explores an area for mineral deposits
{n: recycling bin} a bin for depositing things to be recycled
{n: redeposition} deposition from one deposit to another
{n: regosol} a type of soil consisting of unconsolidated material from freshly deposited alluvium or sand
{n: repositing, reposition, storage, warehousing} depositing in a warehouse "they decided to reposition their furniture in a recommended repository in Brooklyn" "my car is in storage" "publishers reduced print runs to cut down the cost of warehousing"
{n: right of offset} (banking) the legal right of a bank to seize deposited funds to cover a loan that is in default
{n: safe-deposit, safe-deposit box, safety-deposit, safety deposit box, deposit box, lockbox} a fireproof metal strongbox (usually in a bank) for storing valuables
{n: salt lick, lick} a salt deposit that animals regularly lick
{n: saltpan} a shallow basin in a desert region; contains salt and gypsum that was deposited by an evaporated salt lake
{n: saprolite} a deposit of clay and disintegrating rock that is found in its original place
{n: savings account trust, savings bank trust, trust account, trustee account, Totten trust} a savings account deposited by someone who makes themselves the trustee for a beneficiary and who controls it during their lifetime; afterward the balance is payable to the previously named beneficiary
{n: scleroderma, dermatosclerosis} an autoimmune disease that affects the blood vessels and connective tissue; fibrous connective tissue is deposited in the skin
{n: sediment, deposit} matter that has been deposited by some natural process
{n: sedimentary clay} clay soil formed by sedimentary deposits
{n: silt} mud or clay or small rocks deposited by a river or lake
{n: silver plate} a thin layer of silver deposited on something
{n: slot} a small slit (as for inserting a coin or depositing mail) "he put a quarter in the slot"
{n: spawn} the mass of eggs deposited by fish or amphibians or molluscs
{n: stigma} the apical end of the style where deposited pollen enters the pistil
{n: stonewort} any of various submerged aquatic algae of the genus Chara having nodes with whorled filamentlike branches; usually encrusted with calcium carbonate deposits
{n: stratification} forming or depositing in layers
{n: subtreasury} a subordinate treasury or place of deposit
{n: till, boulder clay} unstratified soil deposited by a glacier; consists of sand and clay and gravel and boulders mixed together
{n: time deposit account, deposit account} a savings account in which the deposit is held for a fixed term or in which withdrawals can be made only after giving notice or with loss of interest
{n: time deposit} a certificate of deposit from which withdrawals can be made only after advance notice or at a specified future date
{n: tophus, chalkstone} a deposit of urates around a joint or in the external ear; diagnostic of advanced or chronic gout
{n: tufa, calc-tufa} a soft porous rock consisting of calcium carbonate deposited from springs rich in lime
{n: withdrawer} a depositor who withdraws funds previously deposited
{v: aggrade} build up to a level by depositing sediment <-> degrade
{v: cast} deposit "cast a vote" "cast a ballot"
{v: deposit, bank} put into a bank account "She deposites her paycheck every month" <-> withdraw
{v: elect} choose "I elected to have my funds deposited automatically"
{v: impart, leave, give, pass on} tell or deposit (information) knowledge "give a secret to the Russians" "leave your name and address here"
{v: lodge, wedge, stick, deposit} fix, force, or implant "lodge a bullet in the table" <-> dislodge
{v: offset, countervail} compensate for or counterbalance "offset deposits and withdrawals"
{v: redeposit} deposit anew
{v: redeposit} deposit anew "The water had redeposited minerals on the rocks"
{v: retain, hold, keep back, hold back} secure and keep for possible future use or application "The landlord retained the security deposit" "I reserve the right to disagree"
{v: sediment} deposit as a sediment
{v: situate, fix, posit, deposit} put (something somewhere) firmly "She posited her hand on his shoulder" "deposit the suitcase on the bench" "fix your eyes on this spot"
{v: stratify} form, arrange, or deposit in layers "The fish are stratified in barrels" "The rock was stratified by the force of the water" "A statistician stratifies the list of names according to the addresses"
{v: track} carry on the feet and deposit "track mud into the house"
{v: withdraw, draw, take out, draw off} remove (a commodity) from (a supply source) "She drew $2,000 from the account" "The doctors drew medical supplies from the hospital's emergency bank" <-> deposit


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