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Noun
A sum payable as a first installment or pledge on a purchase or contract
“If you put down a deposit for a trip but end up not being able to go, you can apply it towards a future trip.”
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A sum of money that has been saved or accumulated
“In the aforementioned study, the four co-ops, with a total membership of 2,846, had, in 2002, a cumulative deposit of 3,755,000 rupees.”
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Matter, typically organic, that has been accumulated
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“There was a correlation between the deposit on a tree and the deposit on the ground nearby.”
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A mass of something, typically of something that has accumulated
“That the deposit accumulated in a relatively short period of time and was not built up gradually as the result of daily disposal of rubbish is indicated by several lines of evidence.”
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The process of accumulating something into a mass
“The land's topology would lead to the deposit of sediment over the bones of dead dinosaurs.”
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A quantity or supply of something, typically kept for use as needed
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“A chipmunk may be living with you if you find your favorite book missing whole pages, and somewhere in a pile of bedding, you find a deposit of nuts.”
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A layer of something, especially of accumulated matter
“Wind storms resulted in a great deposit of dust over hundreds of miles of country.”
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A natural underground layer of rock, coal, or other material
“The removal of huge amounts of material from the underground deposit causes massive subsidence at the surface.”
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A soft, sticky, and fluid-like substance
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Arranged transactions with bank
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Mostly potassium hydrogen tartrate - a source of cream of tartar
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Lustrous chemical element
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Organic remains of a previous time
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Organic waste material from decomposing dead plants or animals
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A reservation for a service, such as accommodation in an hotel
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The soil in which plants grow
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The action of unloading
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To position or place something in a particular place or spot
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“We may not have slipped straight into the gaucho lifestyle, our horse being more determined to deposit us in a ditch than to stick to the road, but we were learning.”
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To fall to the ground, especially in large quantities
“Many of these drifted to the asteroid belt, though some were hurled back towards Earth early on to deposit water on the surface of the then-dry planet.”
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To accumulate, especially compactly and in large quantities
“Alluvial formations consist of the particles of earth which the waters carry with them, and gradually deposit along their banks.”
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To put away or aside (for later use)
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“Sally was regularly seen at the bank, where she would deposit large sums of money.”
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To fix (an object) firmly and deeply in a surrounding mass
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To unload (a cargo)
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To pledge, give or set aside (resources) to another or for future use
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To give as security on a loan
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To cause to remain as a trace or record
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To diffuse, radiate or give off
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To pawn, mortgage
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To move or be moved in a particular direction by water
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To lay eggs
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To bury in a grave
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To gather a (great) quantity of
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To inflict a physical blow on someone
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