|failure to pay, failure to pay a debt or a bill, omission of payment||nonpayment|
|$20 bill, amounting to 20 in number, group of 20, number 20, numbers 20 to 29, period from age 20 to 29, years 1920 to 1929||twenty|
|(Computers) sign up, inform a newsgroup program that a user wants to regularly read a certain newsgroup; inform a mailing list server that a user wants to read a certain group, guarantee to invest in something, make advance payment for something, promi...||subscribe|
|(Grammar) omission of conjunctions; omission of cross-references, leaving out conjunctions, see also:parataxis||asyndeton|
|(Law) failure to act within the time allowed; legal principle by which one loses the right to compensation if one does not act within the time allowed, negligence||laches|
|(Law) payment for grinding or milling (Scottish)||multure|
|(Printing) number of lines; payment according to the number of lines, lineage, number of printed lines, payment by the line||linage|
|(Slang) evade the payment of gambling debts (sometimes offensive)||welsh|
|(Slang) one who avoids payment of gambling debt (sometimes offensive)||welsher|
|(Slang) win, be victorious; defeat, beat; fail, be unsuccessful; cause failure, make unsuccessful, cheep, contagious poultry disease, make shrill noise, mark on playing card, minor ailment, rootstock or flower, section of pineapple skin, seed of fruit,...||pip|
|10 dollars, sawhorse, ten-dollar bill; sawhorse, four-legged support used to hold wood while cutting||sawbuck|
|1996 film directed by Jan De Bont (starring Helen Hunt and Bill Paxton)||Twister|
|5-dollar bill||five-spot; fivespot|
|5-dollar bill, 5-pound banknote, five-dollar bill (USA); five-pound note (Britain)||fiver|
|A bill of exchange representing a draft on a bank from deposited funds that pays a certain sum of money to a certain person or party.||Check|
|A collection and processing service provided to firms by banks, which collect payments from a dedicated postal box that the firm directs its customers to send payment to. The banks make several collections per day, process the payments immediately, and...||Lockbox|
|A debt that is written off and deemed uncollectable.||Bad debt|
|a falling down, bend double with emotion, breakdown, crash; falling in; compression, hiding of subdirectories or libraries which are secondary to the heading of the current library (Computers), decrease in value, deflate, fail abruptly, failure or end,...||collapse|
|A government bond with no maturity . Popular in Great Britain. The formula for valuing these bonds is simple. The consol payment divided by yield to maturity is the price of the bond.||Consol|
|A legal responsibility, such as to repay a debt.||Obligation|
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