|certificate of deposit||C/D|
|(Geology) of a mineral deposit or enrichment formed near the surface (usually by descending waters), group of closely linked genes||supergene|
|able to be returned, can be returned, can be given back, container returned to recover deposit, requiring response||returnable|
|abnormal mineral deposit (Medicine), acid deposit in the body||tophus|
|aboriginal person, aborigine, native inhabitant, geologic deposit originating where found, native plant or animal||autochthon|
|abundant supply, deposit of ore, lead, vein of metal ore||lode|
|accumulation of natural materials, coating, deposited thing, form layer, give as security, leave safely, money in bank, put a sum of money in a bank for safekeeping; pay in part; (Geology) set down, lay down (sand, mineral deposit, etc.), put money in ...||deposit|
|accumulation or blockage, act of staying in a place overnight; act of being lodged; deposit, something entrusted; position built on conquered enemy land; place for lodging, inn, foothold in enemy territory, lodgement||lodgment|
|acidic water vapor deposit||acid deposition|
|act of depositing again, act of putting in again, reinsertion, deposit again, put in again||redeposit|
|act of filling with sediment; state of being obstructed by a deposit of sediment||siltation|
|act of pawning, chess piece, deposit with a pawnbroker, hostage, manipulated person or thing, mortgage, hock; endanger, put at risk; gamble, wager, object deposited as security, pledge, mortgage; security; game piece (Chess); plaything, to stake||pawn|
|act of staying in a place overnight; act of being lodged; deposit, something entrusted; position built on conquered enemy land; place for lodging, inn, lodgment||lodgement|
|act, doing; document, certificate, actions, something done, title deed, transfer by legal deed, transfer property to somebody||deed|
|adorn or cover with beads; form into beads, collect in droplets, ball for a necklace, building or furniture trim, decorate with beads, deposit of metal, drop of moisture, gun sight, rosary, seal on a tire, small object with a hole in the center (thread...||bead|
|adorn, besiege, buy stocks or bonds, confer something on, contribute effort to something, deposit money in bank, expend money or effort for future benefits; grant; empower, authorize; install, instate; cover, clothe; enthrone; adorn; endow with a chara...||invest|
|affidavit statement, certificate attached to an affidavit (Law); civil officer, magistrate||jurat|
|Also called a time deposit, this is a certificate issued by a bank or thrift that indicates a specified sum of money has been deposited. A C.D. bears a maturity date and a specified interest rate, and can be issued in any denomination. The duration can...||Certificate of deposit (C.D.)|
|An acronym for Certificate of Accrual on Treasury Securities. Refers to a zero-coupon US Treasuryissue that is sold at a deep discount from the face value and pays no interest during its lifetime. However, it returns the full face value at maturity.||CATS|
|argal, potassium deposit||argol|
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