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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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depositorde‧pos‧i‧tor /dɪˈpɒzɪtə $ dɪˈpɑːzɪtər/ noun [countable]  BFBsomeone who puts money in a bank or other financial organization
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depositorGold-leafed lobbies do not draw depositors.In addition to channelling funds from depositors to borrowers, certain financial institutions have another important function.However, depositors would generally get lower returns and potential borrowers would find loans more expensive.In the late seventies, savings and loans began to lose depositors to money market funds, which offered higher returns.S., are traditionally mortgage lenders that are owned by their members, who are borrowers or depositors.Crowds of angry, panicky depositors threw stones at government buildings and police.Mr Darling said depositors were bound to feel bitter at their treatment.All banks need to maintain a cash ratio large enough to meet the cash requirements of their depositors.
From Longman Business Dictionarydepositorde‧pos‧i‧tor /dɪˈpɒzɪtədɪˈpɑːzɪtər/ noun [countable] a person or organization that puts money into a bank account so that it can be held there and earn interest
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