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Translation of "deposit" - English-Turkish dictionary

deposit

noun [C]     /dɪˈpɒzɪt/
BUYING
B1 a payment that you make immediately when you decide to buy something, as proof that you will really buy it kaparo, peşinat They've put down a deposit on a house.Buying and selling in general
BANK
an amount of money that you pay into a bank bankaya yatırılan para to make a deposit Banks and bank accounts
SUBSTANCE
a layer of a substance that has developed from a natural or chemical process tortu, birikinti, tabaka deposits of iron oreMineralogyCoverings and layers
RENT
an amount of money that you pay when you rent something, and that is given back to you when you return it without any damage kiralanan yer için sonradan geri alınmak üzere ödenen güvence parası, depozito Costs and expensesRenting propertyMortgages and real estateRenting, hiring and hire purchase in general
(Definition of deposit noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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