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Another word for deposit

  1. To put down, especially in layers, by a natural process

      1. (Chem.) To cause (a slightly soluble substance) to become insoluble, as by heat or by a chemical reagent, and separate out from a solution
      2. (Chemistry) To be separated from a solution as a solid.
      3. (Chem.) To be precipitated
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  2. To place (money) in a bank

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  1. A partial or initial payment

      1. A partial payment made at the time of purchase, with the balance to be paid later.
      2. (Law) A payment representing a fraction of the price of something being purchased, made to secure the right to continue making payments towards that purchase.
      3. An initial, partial payment on a purchase
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  2. Matter that settles on a bottom or collects on a surface by a natural process

      1. The basest or least desirable portion:
      2. A small amount; a residue:
      3. The sediment in a liquid, such as wine or coffee.
      1. Sediment settling during fermentation, especially in wine; dregs.
      2. Dregs or sediment, as of fermenting wine
      1. A product resulting from a process, event, or course of action.
      2. (Chemistry) A solid or solid phase separated from a solution.
      3. A substance that is precipitated out from a solution or gas
      1. (Chemistry) The process of separating a substance from a solution as a solid.
      2. (Chem.) A precipitating or being precipitated from a solution
      3. A precipitate
      1. Matter that settles to the bottom of a liquid
      2. Material that settles to the bottom of a liquid; lees.
      3. (Geol.) Matter deposited by water or wind
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Another word for deposit

  1. Money given as security

  2. Sediment

      1. A product resulting from a process, event, or course of action.
      2. A solid material precipitated from a solution.
      1. Material with similar physical characteristics, whatever its origins or transport.
      2. A sedimentary material consisting of very fine particles intermediate in size between sand and clay.
      3. Sediment suspended in stagnant water or carried by moving water, that often accumulates on the bottom of rivers, bays, etc., esp. such sediment with particles smaller than sand and larger than clay
      1. Soil, clay, silt or gravel deposited by flowing water, as it slows, in a river bed, delta, estuary or flood plain
      1. Movies collectively, especially when considered as an art form.
      2. A sheet or roll of a flexible cellulose material coated with an emulsion sensitive to light and used to capture an image for a photograph or film
      3. A thin covering or coating:
  1. To lay down

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  2. To present money for safekeeping