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Deportees

ˌdiː.pɔːˈtiː

Meanings of Deportees:

noun

A person who has been or is being expelled from a country.

Usage examples:

Like the early deportees these 21st-century settlers have to endure hardship and adversity before t…

Deporting

dɪˈpɔːt

Meanings of Deporting:

verb

Expel (a foreigner) from a country, typically on the grounds of illegal status or for having committed a crime.

Usage examples:

He was deported for violation of immigration laws

Deportment

dɪˈpɔːt.mənt

Meanings of Deportment:

noun

The way a person stands and walks, particularly as an element of etiquette.

Usage examples:

Poise is directly concerned with good deportment

Deports

dɪˈpɔːt

Meanings of Deports:

verb

Expel (a foreigner) from a country, typically on the grounds of illegal status or for having committed a crime.

Usage examples:

He was deported for violation of immigration laws

Deposed

dɪˈpəʊz

Meanings of Deposed:

verb

Remove from office suddenly and forcefully.

Usage examples:

He had been deposed by a military coup

Deposes

dɪˈpəʊz

Meanings of Deposes:

verb

Remove from office suddenly and forcefully.

Usage examples:

He had been deposed by a military coup

Deposing

dɪˈpəʊz

Meanings of Deposing:

verb

Remove from office suddenly and forcefully.

Usage examples:

He had been deposed by a military coup

Deposit

dɪˈpɒz.ɪt

Meanings of Deposit:

noun

A sum of money paid into a bank or building society account.

Usage examples:

Cash funds which are an alternative to bank or building society deposits
verb

Put or set down (something or someone) in a specific place.

Usage examples:

He deposited a pile of school books on the kitchen table

Meanings of Deposit-account:

noun

A bank account that pays interest, used especially by people who want to save money

Usage examples:

You can open a deposit account with as little as £20., put money into a deposit account

Depositaries

dɪˈpɒzɪtəri

Meanings of Depositaries:

noun

A person to whom something is lodged in trust.

Usage examples:

In the seventeenth century, goldsmiths acted as depositaries for the gold of the rich
adjective

(of a share or receipt) representing a share in a foreign company. the depositary share or receipt is traded on the stock exchange of the investor's country rather than the actual share, which is deposited in a foreign bank.

Usage examples:

Last spring the government proposed selling shares to overseas investors via depositary receipts on…

Depositary

dɪˈpɒzɪtəri

Meanings of Depositary:

noun

A person to whom something is lodged in trust.

Usage examples:

In the seventeenth century, goldsmiths acted as depositaries for the gold of the rich
adjective

(of a share or receipt) representing a share in a foreign company. the depositary share or receipt is traded on the stock exchange of the investor's country rather than the actual share, which is deposited in a foreign bank.

Usage examples:

Last spring the government proposed selling shares to overseas investors via depositary receipts on…

Deposited

dɪˈpɒz.ɪt

Meanings of Deposited:

verb

Put or set down (something or someone) in a specific place.

Usage examples:

He deposited a pile of school books on the kitchen table
noun

A sum of money paid into a bank or building society account.

Usage examples:

Cash funds which are an alternative to bank or building society deposits

Depositing

dɪˈpɒz.ɪt

Meanings of Depositing:

verb

Put or set down (something or someone) in a specific place.

Usage examples:

He deposited a pile of school books on the kitchen table
noun

A sum of money paid into a bank or building society account.

Usage examples:

Cash funds which are an alternative to bank or building society deposits

Deposition

ˌdep.əˈzɪʃ.ən

Meanings of Deposition:

noun

The action of deposing someone, especially a monarch.

Usage examples:

Edward v's deposition

Meanings of Depositor:

noun

A person who keeps money in a bank or building society account.

Usage examples:

The bank has asked depositors to withdraw the money or invest it in alternative investment schemes …

Meanings of Depositories:

noun

A person to whom something is lodged in trust.

Usage examples:

In the seventeenth century, goldsmiths acted as depositaries for the gold of the rich

Depositors

dɪˈpɒz.ɪ.tər

Meanings of Depositors:

noun

A person who keeps money in a bank or building society account.

Usage examples:

The bank has asked depositors to withdraw the money or invest it in alternative investment schemes …

Depository

dɪˈpɒz.ɪ.tər.i

Meanings of Depository:

noun

A place where things are stored.

Usage examples:

Irish libraries became depositories for material from all over the world
adjective

A person to whom something is lodged in trust.

Usage examples:

In the seventeenth century, goldsmiths acted as depositaries for the gold of the rich

Deposits

dɪˈpɒz.ɪt

Meanings of Deposits:

noun

A sum of money paid into a bank or building society account.

Usage examples:

Cash funds which are an alternative to bank or building society deposits
verb

Put or set down (something or someone) in a specific place.

Usage examples:

He deposited a pile of school books on the kitchen table

Depot

ˈdep.əʊ

Meanings of Depot:

noun

A place for the storage of large quantities of equipment, food, or goods.

Usage examples:

An arms depot

Depots

ˈdep.əʊ

Meanings of Depots:

noun

A place for the storage of large quantities of equipment, food, or goods.

Usage examples:

An arms depot

Meanings of Depraved:

adjective

Morally corrupt; wicked.

Usage examples:

He was a depraved lecher
verb

Make (someone) immoral or wicked.

Usage examples:

This book would deprave and corrupt young children

Meanings of Depraves:

verb

Make (someone) immoral or wicked.

Usage examples:

This book would deprave and corrupt young children

Depraving

dɪˈpreɪv

Meanings of Depraving:

verb

Make (someone) immoral or wicked.

Usage examples:

This book would deprave and corrupt young children

Depravities

dɪˈpræv.ə.ti

Meanings of Depravities:

noun

Moral corruption; wickedness.

Usage examples:

A tale of depravity hard to credit

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