- v. Simple past tense and past participle of debit.
“I'm not sure this would really work in Cardiff – for a start you still have to tell the driver the ticket type to be debited from the card, and then there's no barrier to pass through – so less of an empowered feeling there.”
“But just today they again debited my account because they determined there were, indeed, two transactions processed.”
“Fund transfers can be initiated by telephone or via the Citibank website (and in some locations from Citibank ATM machines), funds are debited from the initiating account and credited to the recipient's account supposedly immediately.”
“Richard Rorty is widely credited (some might say "debited") with the view that "truth is what our peers will let us get away with saying.”
“In the CBA that expired in March, there was a mechanism called the Cash Adjustment Mechanism CAM which credited or debited future team Caps depending on whether Player spending exceeded or fell short of certain thresholds.”
“The interest rate for a Parent Plus loan is fixed at 7.9%, with a 3% origination fee and a 1% federal default fee (you can get a. 25% repayment interest rate credit if you have payments automatically debited from your bank account).”
“If, for instance, you'd recently made debited several charitable donations from your bank account, your statement would instantly show how those donations would affect your upcoming Form 1040.”
“When the player won, the account would be credited; when the player lost, it would be debited.”
“Each day he was in the prison, he was debited a few slips for the cost of his upkeep.”
“One person in the system is willing to be debited for what he gets from another.”
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