[ UK /ɹɪmˈɪtəns/ ]
[ US /ɹəˈmɪtəns, ɹiˈmɪtəns/ ]
  1. a payment of money sent to a person in another place
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How To Use remittance In A Sentence

  • Migrants who emigrated with their entire immediate families are less likely to send remittances to their remaining extended relatives.
  • Incorrect amounts will be returned for proper remittance.
  • He was a nineteenth-century male immigrant to Australia who was financially supported by regular remittance of funds from his wealthy or aristocratic family back home.
  • A bank erroneously credited its customer's account twice with the amount of a single remittance.
  • There is too little competition and transparency in remittance markets, where transfer fees tend to be unrelated to cost. Otaviano Canuto: The Day After Tomorrow: The Final Battle in the War Against Poverty
  • These networks moved in both directions across the Atlantic, bringing immigrants in and sending remittances home.
  • In the case of Ghana, cash remittances total roughly US $250 million a year.
  • In a statement issued here today, the bank informed that the branch will provide a window to non-resident Indians for sending remittances to their families in India.
  • However in hard economic times Irish emigrants had sent remittances home to sustain their families in Ireland.
  • Remittance growth is down, global capital flows are slowing and the weather may not be as clement as for the past two years. Breaking Manila's Cycle of Corruption
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