installment

installment
Synonyms and related words:
accedence, accession, acquitment, acquittal, acquittance, adjunct, amortization, amortizement, anchorage, article, binder, book, cash, cash payment, chapter, clause, clearance, colonization, column, coming out, component, contingent, coronation, cross section, curtain raiser, debt service, debut, defrayal, defrayment, deposit, detachment, detail, disbursal, discharge, division, dole, doling out, down payment, earnest, earnest money, embarkation, embarkment, enthronement, establishment, fascicle, first appearance, fixation, floating, flotation, foundation, fraction, hire purchase, hire purchase plan, inaugural address, inauguration, induction, initiation, installation, installment plan, instatement, interest payment, introduction, investiture, item, launching, liquidation, livraison, lodgment, maiden speech, monthly payments, mooring, never-never, opener, paragraph, parcel, part, particular, passage, paying, paying off, paying out, paying up, payment, payment in kind, payoff, peopling, percentage, phrase, placement, plantation, population, portion, preliminary, prepayment, quadrant, quarter, quarterly payments, quittance, quota, random sample, regular payments, remainder, remittance, retirement, sample, sampling, satisfaction, section, sector, segment, serial, settlement, settling, share, sinking-fund payment, spot cash, subdivision, subgroup, subspecies, taking office, unveiling, verse, volume, weekly payments

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  • installment — in·stall·ment n: one of the parts into which a debt is divided when payment is made at intervals installment adj Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. installment …   Law dictionary

  • installment — in*stall ment, instalment in*stal ment, n. 1. The act of installing; installation. [1913 Webster] Take oaths from all kings and magistrates at their installment, to do impartial justice by law. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. The seat in which one is… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • installment — UK US /ɪnˈstɔːlmənt/ noun [C or U] US ► COMMERCE INSTALMENT(Cf. ↑instalment) …   Financial and business terms

  • installment — act of installing, 1580s, from INSTALL (Cf. install) + MENT (Cf. ment). Meaning arrangement of payment by fixed portions at fixed times is from 1732, alteration of Anglo Norm. estaler fix payments, from O.Fr. estal fixed position, from O.H.G.… …   Etymology dictionary

  • installment — [n] part, section chapter, division, earnest, episode, partial payment, payment, portion, repayment, token; concepts 344,835 Ant. whole …   New thesaurus

  • installment — installment1 [in stôl′mənt] n. [altered (infl. by INSTALL) < estallment < estall, to arrange payments for < OFr estaler, to stop, fix < estal, a halt, place < OHG stal: see STALL1] 1. any of the parts of a debt or other sum of… …   English World dictionary

  • installment — I. noun also instalment Date: 1589 installation 1 II. noun also instalment Etymology: alteration of earlier estallment payment by installment, from estall to arrange payments by installment, from Anglo French estaler, from estal station, stall,… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • installment — noun /ɪnˈstɔːlmənt/ a) The act of installing; installation. Take oaths from all kings and magistrates at their installment, to do impartial justice by law. Milton. b) A portion of a debt, or sum of money, which is divided into portions that are… …   Wiktionary

  • installment — in|stall|ment [ ın stɔlmənt ] noun count 1. ) one of several payments that an amount of money is divided into, so that you do not have to pay the whole amount at one time: When is the next installment due? in installments: We paid for the… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • installment — installment1 /in stawl meuhnt/, n. 1. any of several parts into which a debt or other sum payable is divided for payment at successive fixed times: to pay for furniture in monthly installments. 2. a single portion of something furnished or issued …   Universalium

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