from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Failing to do what law or duty requires.
- adj. Overdue in payment: a delinquent account.
- n. A juvenile delinquent.
- n. A person who neglects or fails to do what law or duty requires.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Late or failing to pay a debt or other financial obligation, like a mortgage or loan.
- adj. Failing in or neglectful of a duty or obligation; guilty of a misdeed or offense
- n. One who disobeys or breaks rules or laws.
- n. a term applied to royalists by their opponents in the English Civil War 1642 - 1645. Charles I was known as the chief delinquent.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Failing in duty; offending by neglect of duty.
- n. One who fails or neglects to perform his duty; an offender or transgressor; one who commits a fault or a crime; a culprit.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Failing in duty; offending by neglect of duty or obligation: as, a delinquent tenant; a delinquent subscriber.
- n. One who fails to perform a duty or discharge an obligation; one guilty of a delinquency; an offender; a culprit.
- n. Synonyms Offender, Delinquent, (see offender); wrong-doer.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. past due; not paid at the scheduled time
- adj. failing in what duty requires
- n. a young offender
- adj. guilty of a misdeed
It appears that, if one of you had done some simple research such as reading The Star's story last June or going to Jackson County's website, you would have spotted the word "delinquent" regarding Hughes' tax records.
It appears that, if one of you had done some simple research - such as reading The Star's story last June - or going to Jackson County's website, you would have spotted the word "delinquent" regarding Hughes' tax records.
They then print what they call delinquent books and balance those to make sure.
A "delinquent" is a person required to be registered under the selective service law who fails or neglects to perform any duty required of him under the provisions of the selective service law.
Average of 560 days in delinquent status (approximately 18 months) 33% of properties were vacant
Mr. Guccione also made a series of ill-advised investments, including a failed $18 million movie production of an X-rated adaptation of "Caligula," and $45 million in delinquent taxes, which contributed to his empire's downfall.
It's not unusual for a U.S. state to have billions of dollars in delinquent taxes.
It sold about $350 million in delinquent loans and distressed properties in a bulk sale during the last quarter.
Officials also said they collected more than they had expected in delinquent tax revenue and excess fees, which will cover some cuts in the finance and clerk of the court offices.
Every aspect of these three banks 'results, from bottom-line profits to the trend in delinquent loans, loan growth and asset write-downs, receives close attention from economists and analysts, as well as investors.