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debit

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈdebɪt/
BANKING to take or pay money out of a bank account, etc.: Your account will be debited as soon as your order has been shipped.debit an account/card with sth By agreeing to these conditions, you give permission for us to debit your credit card with the amount stated above.debit sth from sb’s account She later discovered that the bank had accidentally debited $517.23 from her account twice.
ACCOUNTING to record an amount in a company's financial accounts which represents money that has been used to pay an expense or buy an asset. In double-entry bookkeeping this is done on the left-hand side (= the debit side) of the accounts.
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Translations of “debit”
in Korean 돈을 인출하다…
in Arabic يَدين…
in Portuguese debitar…
in Catalan carregar, cobrar…
in Japanese (銀行口座)からお金を引き落とす…
in Italian addebitare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 借記…
in Russian снимать со счета…
in Turkish hesaptan para çekmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 借项, 借记…
in Polish potrącać…
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