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bad debt provisionnoun [C]

uk   us   UK (US bad debt reserve)
ACCOUNTING an amount that a company shows on its accounts to represent the money that is owed to it, and that is unlikely to be paid back: The bank announced an 87% leap in bad debt provisions relating to lending to big businesses.
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