Definitions for "deposit"
To lay up or away for safe keeping; to put up; to store; as, to deposit goods in a warehouse.
To lodge in some one's hands for safe keeping; to commit to the custody of another; to intrust; esp., to place in a bank, as a sum of money subject to order.
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.
Keywords:  refund, cabin, fare, cruise, ikando
(Car Toys Order Status) This order is on hold pending payment of a deposit, which the wireless carrier will keep for the duration of the contract, then refund. Car Toys collects this deposit and forwards it to the wireless carrier.
Candidates must pay a deposit to the Electoral Commission when they nominate for a seat. Their deposit is refunded if they receive 4% or more of the votes cast.
Partial payment to hold space, usually refundable if cancellation is made enough in advance. A part payment of the cruise fare required at the time of booking to secure the cabin being reserved.
Keywords:  bankroll, casino, bonus, wallet, online
A payment made to ‘hold’ a property until inspections are performed. Usually 5-10% of the total price.
A payment made to an online casino in order to play. This plus any bonus is considered your bankroll.
A payment you make usually to online casinos using a credit card, a web wallet or one of the online payment systems, in order to play casino games for real.
A natural occurrence of a useful mineral under the conditions to invite exploitation.
An accumulation of oil, gas or other minerals which is capable of production.
Mineral deposit or ore deposit is used to designate a natural occurrence of a useful mineral, or an ore, in sufficient extent and degree of concentration to invite exploitation.
To lay down; to place; to put; to let fall or throw down (as sediment); as, a crocodile deposits her eggs in the sand; the waters deposited a rich alluvium.
See Sediments
Any accumulation of sediment.
Keywords:  resort, tpi, rci, cove, week
The act of utilizing an exchange company process by giving this year's vacation week to be saved for use at another time and usually at another Resort. A vacation week deposited with the exchange company is typically referred to as a banked week.
If you do not use your week, you can deposit it with the resort or an exchange group for use later. See Banking above.
After your week has been confirmed at The Cove, you may deposit it with II/RCI for exchange within the next two (2) years from the date of arrival. This is the only way you may carry weeks over from year to year.
Keywords:  outlay, initial, cheaper, vat, margin
The initial payment required before receiving the vehicle. The more deposit you choose to pay, the cheaper monthly payments will be.
A deposit that establishes the Buyers initial credit limit.
See Initial Margin.
Keywords:  einzahlung
e Einzahlung (- en)
Transaction involving the transfer of funds from one party to another for a...
Process of transmitting a batch of transactions from the merchant to the acquiring institution in preparation for settlement.
the moment at which the Merchant creates a batch file and sends the transactions for processing.
The act of putting money into a checking or savings account. This could be any combination of cash or checks.
Cash or any order with a dollar value placed into an account.
Money or securities held in a bank or other financial institution. In the context of required note disclosures, deposits include cash and near cash items placed on account with a financial institution or fiscal agent. Some deposits (e.g., checking accounts) are subject to withdrawal upon demand without notice or penalty (demand deposits) and others (e.g., certificates of deposit) can only be withdrawn without penalty upon completion of a fixed period (time deposits).
That which 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).
Generic term for a sedimentary deposit such as sandstone, mudstone, or limestone which is laid down or deposited into a particular area either small or large in area
Any matter laid down or precipitated by natural processes
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.
The $300 that each electorate candidate must pay to the Returning Officer by noon on nomination day. This is returned to the candidate if he or she gets at least 5 percent of all the electorate votes cast in that electorate.
Deposit is the residue of a wine that forms in the bottle (see crust).
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.
Natural mass of coal, metal, or other material for mining in the earth.
bed, lens or mass of peculiar material; ex. coal deposit, clay deposit, fossiliferous deposit.
An earth mass of particles settled or stranded from moving water or wind.
A premium payment made to an accumulation annuity. Unlike a premium for a traditional life insurance policy, a deposit is applied against a specific investment account(s) on the contract.
Earth material that has accumulated by some natural process. For example, a flowing mixture of water and rock debris is called a debris flow, but when the flow ceases to move, a layer of fine and coarse rock is left which is called a debris-flow deposit.
process of a solid residue accumulating on a surface. For example, oil-insoluble materials that result from oxidation and decomposition of lube oil and contamination from external sources and engine blow-by are deposited on machine or engine parts. Other examples are sludge, varnish, lacquer and carbon.
Keywords:  tte, lagerst, placer, die, source
(die) Lagerstätte The source of →ores are called deposits. Ores can occur in deposits or →placer deposits
Keywords:  gravity, sssa, ped, ice, wind
(Noun) ( Ped.).Material left in new position by some natural transporting agent such as water; wind, ice, or gravity. ( SSSA).
Material placed in a new position by the activity of humans or natural processes such as wind, water ice or gravity.
Keywords:  sfu, upcoming, tuition, enroll, attend
The $100 deposit you pay before enrolling in your courses tells SFU that you intend to enroll and attend classes for the upcoming term. The $100 is then put toward the cost of your total tuition and student fees for that term.
Keywords:  tlw, cdw, rental, fuel, deductibles
At the time of the rental, the client is required to leave a deposit to cover the cost of the rental, fuel and CDW and TLW deductibles. The deposit will be returned to the client at the end of the rental.
can appear during ageing. Eliminate by decanting into a carafe.
Keywords:  substrate, imprint, ink, left, printing
The amount of ink applied to a substrate.
The ink design imprint left on the substrate after printing.
Keywords:  mig, indemnity, tie, period, mortgage
MIG Mortgage Indemnity Tie-in period
A provider requires an upfront payment in advance of a session. Deposits are usually used by providers as a screening tool to hedge against no-shows.
The amount of income taken in from ticket sales on a given day minus the starter.
A percentage of the full amount that secures your transaction
The amount required to put down as deposit on a property.
Early redemption charge Fixed Interest Rate Loan Insurance Overdraft Payment Protection Insurance
Mass of airborne pollutants deposited on a unit area of land or water in a given time, e.g. grams per square metre per year (g/m2/a)
Keywords:  rid, lay, self, one
To lay aside; to rid one's self of.
A term describing the statutory consultation period for plans being progressed under transitional arrangements.
Keywords:  mud, sand, dropped, behind, something
something dropped or left behind by moving water, as sand or mud.
Opaque contamination on the surface of the coating.
Deposit: A non standard term to describe the application of a thermal sprayed coating.
Foreign substance which comes from the environment, adhering to a surface of a material
The contributions or payments made to a pension fund by the employer and/or employee.
The funds deposited into the program.
Depreciation Direct Reduction Mortgage
Keywords:  lost, place, bet, need, hold
A place of deposit; a depository.
Funds that need to be on your account in order to place or hold a bet. It is not the total amount that can be lost on a trade.
Depositary