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acquittance discharge from a debt or obligation, or a formal notice of this.
amortize to pay off (a debt) by installments over a defined period of time. [1/2 definitions]
arrearage the condition of being in arrears or behind in the payment of a debt. [2 definitions]
arrears a debt that is late in being paid. [1/2 definitions]
behindhand in debt. [1/3 definitions]
bond a piece of paper issued by a person, government, or corporation, signifying debt and promising repayment and interest money. [1/6 definitions]
bonded subject to a binding promise to pay, as monetary debt. [1/3 definitions]
consolidation a merger, union, or combination, as of organizations or debt payments. [1/2 definitions]
debit to charge with a debt, or to subtract from an amount of money that exists in an account. [1/5 definitions]
debtless combined form of debt.
debt of honor a debt incurred in gambling.
debtor one who owes a debt to another.
deficiency judgment a judicial decision in favor of a creditor for that part of a debt not satisfied by the debtor, esp. following the foreclosure and sale of a mortgage property.
discharge to pay (a debt). [1/17 definitions]
distrain to seize and hold (property), or the property of (someone), to force payment or settlement, as of a debt, claim, rent, or the like.
distraint in law, the act of seizing and holding goods as security against a debt, as for rent, damages, or the like.
due required as payment; owed as a debt or right. [1/7 definitions]
excuse to allow to be dismissed, as a debt, punishment, or the like. [1/11 definitions]
extinguish in law, to settle or discharge (a debt). [1/4 definitions]
floating short-term and unfunded, as debt arising from current operations, or not invested and available for current expenses, as capital. [1/5 definitions]
fund to make money available for paying off the interest or principal on (a debt). [1/5 definitions]