US: /dəˈpɑzɪt/, /dɪˈpɑzət/
UK: /dɪpˈɒsɪt/

English Vietnamese dictionary

deposit /di'pɔzit/
  • danh từ
    • vật gửi, tiền gửi
      • money on deposit: tiền gửi ngân hàng có lãi
    • tiền ký quỹ, tiền đặc cọc
      • to leave some money as deposit: để tiền đặt cọc
    • chất lắng, vật lắng
      • a thick deposit of mud: một lớp bùn lắng dầy
    • (địa lý,địa chất) khoáng sản; mỏ
    • ngoại động từ
      • gửi (tiền, đồ vật...), gửi (tiền) ở ngân hàng
      • gửi (tiền) ký quỹ, đặt cọc
      • làm lắng đọng
      • đặt
        • she deposited her child in the cradle: chị ta đặt con vào nôi
      • đẻ (trứng) (ở đâu)

    Advanced English dictionary

    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 [usually sing.] a ~ (on sth) a sum of money that is given as the first part of a larger payment: We've put down a 5% deposit on the house. + They normally ask you to pay £100 (as a) deposit. + All deposits are non-refundable.
    2 [usually sing.] 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 + They'll probably ask you to leave a deposit.
    3 a sum of money that is paid into a bank account: Deposits can be made at any branch.
    4 (in Britain) 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.
    5 a layer of a substance that has formed naturally underground: mineral / gold / coal deposits
    6 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. + Turkish coffee always leaves a thick deposit at the bottom of the cup. + fatty deposits in the arteries of the heart + glacial deposits
    + verb [VN]
    put down
    1 [+adv./prep.] to put or lay sb/sth down in a particular place: She deposited a pile of books on my desk. + (informal) I was whisked off in a taxi and deposited outside the hotel.
    leave substance
    2 (especially of a river or a liquid) 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.
    3 to put money into a bank account: Millions were deposited in Swiss bank accounts.
    4 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
    put in safe place
    5 ~ sth (in sth)
    ~ sth (with sb/sth) to put sth valuable or important in a place where it will be safe: Guests may deposit their valuables in the hotel safe.

    Thesaurus dictionary

    1 place, leave, set or put or lay (down), drop, Colloq US plunk down:
    You are requested to deposit litter in the bin.
    2 entrust, leave, lodge, consign, keep, place, put; store, save, set aside, bank, lay or put away, Brit pay in, Colloq stash away:
    Each morning she deposits the children at the day nursery and goes to work. He deposits money every week in a pension fund.
    3 down payment, part or partial payment, advance payment:
    A small deposit will hold your purchase until you are ready to pay for it in full.
    4 precipitate, sediment, silt, alluvium, dregs, lees, accumulation, deposition:
    There is a dark deposit at the bottom of the coffee-pot.

    Collocation dictionary

    1 money paid into a bank account


    bank, building society
    Building society deposits have increased by 2.3%.
    | cash | dollar, sterling, etc.


    She made a deposit of £60 into her account.



    2 money which is the first payment for sth


    pay, put down


    ~ on
    We've put down the deposit on our new car.

    3 money paid when you rent sth


    refundable, returnable
    All deposits for holiday cottages are refundable.


    give (sb), leave (sb), pay (sb)
    You have to pay a deposit of £100 as well as two months' rent.
    | get back
    You'll get back your deposit once we've checked the bikes are all right.
    | forfeit, lose
    If furniture is damaged, you will forfeit your deposit.


    ~ on
    I had to leave a £50 deposit on the bike.

    4 layer of sth


    large | rich | thick, thin
    The floods left a thick deposit of mud over the fields.
    | gas, mineral, ore, etc.
    an area with large mineral deposits
    | geological, glacial, sedimentary


    The region has many deposits of valuable oil.
    | leave

    Concise English dictionary

    +the phenomenon of sediment or gravel accumulating
    +matter that has been deposited by some natural process
    +the natural process of laying down a deposit of something
    +money deposited in a bank
    +a partial payment made at the time of purchase; the balance to be paid later
    +money given as security for an article acquired for temporary use
    +a payment given as a guarantee that an obligation will be met
    +a facility where things can be deposited for storage or safekeeping
    +the act of putting something somewhere
    +fix, force, or implant
    +put into a bank account
    +put (something somewhere) firmly