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[ UK /dɪsbˈɜːsmənt/ ]
[ US /dɪsˈbɝsmənt/ ]
  1. amounts paid for goods and services that may be currently tax deductible (as opposed to capital expenditures)
  2. the act of spending or disbursing money
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How To Use disbursement In A Sentence

  • To date, the only steady disbursement of these funds are the sitting allowances for the administrators of the fund.
  • Now the government is drafting an update on the progress made, on which hinges the next loan disbursement of $400 million.
  • ‘However he stressed that major disbursement of this aid depended on progress of the peace process,’ the diplomat said.
  • I note, as well, there was no challenge to the disbursements which, in my view, were reasonable.
  • Let's switch the talk to disbursement.
  • Offering teams should propose a payable event schedule for disbursement of these funds based on their integrated set of milestones, accomplishment criteria and deliverables.
  • Without that latest disbursement, which is part of a €110 billion bailout package Greece received in May 2010, the government will run out of money by mid-November. Nationwide Strike Follows Latest Round of Greek Cuts
  • The success of the project depends on the allocation and disbursement of the fund into the development works. posted by Neel @ 3: 27 PM Archive 2009-02-01
  • Billions of dollars have already been pledged by aid agencies and donor nations, but the disbursement of aid money is being delayed due to the lack of internal security.
  • The court has asked the Welfare Commissioner to frame a policy of disbursement in two weeks.
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