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debit in Banking topic

debitdebit2 verb [transitive] technical  1 BFBBFBto take money out of a bank account opp creditdebit something from something The sum of £25 has been debited from your account.2 to record in financial accounts the money that has been spent or that is oweddebit something against/to something Purchases are debited against the client’s account.→ See Verb table
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debitThe amounts are variable and are to be debited annually.What I found particularly worrying was that the money was debited from the account without even informing me.How can they debit my account without me signing anything?It shows that the customer has debited the seller's account with the value of the goods returned.The total sum is then debited to your Current Account.The appropriate fee should either accompany the application form, or will be debited to your firm's credit account where appropriate.Under a Direct Debit, you authorise us to debit your Current Account with the cost when each bill is due.Please authorise us to debit your account and, where possible, give a day-time telephone number in case of query.debit something from somethingThe sum of $50 has been debited from your account.