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remit

verb [T]
 
 
/rɪˈmɪt/ (-tt-)
FINANCE to send money to someone, especially as a payment for something: remit sth to sb/sth The British parent company of a multinational group may need to remit profits from its foreign subsidiaries to Britain, so that it has enough money to pay its own dividends.remit taxes/proceeds/funds Legislation requires businesses to collect and remit sales tax on a six-monthly basis.
LAW to order a legal case to be dealt with in a different court of law: be remitted to the court/tribunal The case will be remitted to the tribunal for reconsideration.
LAW to state legally that someone does not have to do something, for example pay a debt: The fine was calculated at £3,500 but was subsequently remitted.
Translations of “remit”
in Spanish remitir…
in French remettre…
in German überweisen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 減少, 減刑, 減少服刑時間…
in Russian переводить деньги…
in Turkish para göndermek, para havalesi yapmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 减少, 减刑, 减少服刑时间…
in Polish przekazywać, przesyłać…
(Definition of remit verb from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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