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deposit

US [dɪˈpɑzɪt]
UK [dɪˈpɒzɪt]
  • n.存款;押金;订金;订钱
  • v.存储;放置;放下;使沉积
  • Web定金;保证金;存放
Simple Present:deposits  Present Participle:depositing  Past Tense:deposited  
Deposit
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n.
money
1.
[ususing]
a ~ (on sth)
订金;订钱a sum of money that is given as the first part of a larger payment
They normally ask you to pay $100 (as a) deposit.
他们通常要求付 100 元(作为)订金。
We've put down a 5% deposit on the house.
我们已支付了房款的 5% 作为订金。
2.
[ususing]
押金a sum of money that is paid by sb when they rent sth and that is returned to them if they do not lose or damage the thing they are renting
to pay a deposit
付押金
3.
存款a sum of money that is paid into a bank account
Deposits can be made at any branch.
在任何一家分行都可以存钱。
4.
竞选保证金(英国议员候选人预付,获得足够的票数则退还)(in the British political system) the amount of money that a candidate in an election to Parliament has to pay, and that is returned if he/she gets enough votes
All the other candidates lost their deposits .
所有其余候选人都失掉了竞选保证金。
物质substance
5.
(地下自然形成的)沉积物,沉积层a layer of a substance that has formed naturally underground
mineral/gold/coal deposits
矿床;金矿;煤藏
6.
(尤指河流、洪水、液体等的)沉积物,淤积物a layer of a substance that has been left somewhere, especially by a river, flood, etc., or is found at the bottom of a liquid
The rain left a deposit of mud on the windows.
雨水在窗上留下一层泥。
fatty deposits in the arteries of the heart
心动脉中的脂肪沉积
v.
放下put down
1.
~ sb/sth + adv./prep.
放下;放置to put or lay sb/sth down in a particular place
She deposited a pile of books on my desk.
她把一摞书放在我的书桌上。
I was whisked off in a taxi and deposited outside the hotel.
一辆出租车匆匆把我送到旅馆外面,让我下了车。
留存物质leave substance
2.
~ sth
使沉积;使沉淀;使淤积to leave a layer of sth on the surface of sth, especially gradually and over a period of time
Sand was deposited which hardened into sandstone.
沙经沉积固结形成沙岩。
money
3.
~ sth
将(钱)存入银行;存储to put money into a bank account
Millions were deposited in Swiss bank accounts.
巨额款项存入了瑞士的银行账户。
4.
~ sth
付(订金);付(保证金);付(押金)to pay a sum of money as the first part of a larger payment; to pay a sum of money that you will get back if you return in good condition sth that you have rented
存放put in safe place
5.
~ sth (in sth).~ sth (with sb/sth)
寄放,寄存(贵重物品)to put sth valuable or important in a place where it will be safe
Guests may deposit their valuables in the hotel safe.
旅客可将贵重物品寄存在旅馆的保险柜里。

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