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Results for: commence date Translations: 1 – 30 / 141 English English (Latin) part of the phrase "anno Domini" ("in the year of our Lord, " generally written as "A.D.", designates the years since the reputed date of the birth of Christ) Domini A tax or duty rebate on imported goods that are exported at a later date. Drawback A trade is said to fail if on settlement date either the seller fails to deliversecurities in proper form or the buyer fails to deliver funds in proper form., A trade is said to fail if on settlement date either the seller fails to deliversecurities in... Fail action reacting to past situation, applicability to the past, countereffect, law which takes effect on a past date; action that is contrary to an earlier action retroaction adjournment, continuation of something, continuing, prolonging; deferring of a lawsuit or trial till a later date (Law), length of time something lasts continuance adopt or follow an idea, be part of something, date somebody, match, harmonize with; spend time with go with adult male deer; male who attends a social function unaccompanied by a female, attend an event without a woman date, castrated adult animal, intended for men only, mature male deer, restricted to men, unaccompanied man at a social event stag affecting conventional femininity, amusingly brash, behave in camp way, build a temporary residence; settle down, establish oneself; live in a temporary residence, deliberate outrageousness, group, out-of-date; ostentatious, theatrical; effeminate, gay... camp after date a.d. after, at a later date or time; afterwards, subsequently, more late, occurring or coming after, see you later later Also called a time deposit, this is a certificate issued by a bank or thrift that indicates a specified sum of money has been deposited. A C.D. bears a maturity date and a specified interest rate, and can be issued in any denomination. The duration can... Certificate of deposit (C.D.) always occurring on the same date, building or land, fixed in place, cannot be moved; unchangeable, unalterable; unyielding, uncompromising, of fixed opinion, unable to be moved immovable ancient or old-fashioned, out-of-date, outmoded, obsolete antiquated ancient, archaic; no longer in use, outdated; disappearing; useless, not used any more, out-of-date, undeveloped obsolete annual observation of past event, annual ritual, yearly date commemorating a special event; birthday anniversary apply an earlier date, put earlier date on something backdate applying to past, taking effect on a past date retroactive appointment, assign date to something, commitment to perform, date palm, dates of birth and death, day month and year according to the calendar; interview, meeting; fruit of a date palm tree, go on dates with somebody, go out of style, make somebody or... date arrangement to meet somebody, choice of somebody for job, date; interview; nomination, furniture and fittings, position or job, selection of trustee, somebody appointed to job appointment assign later date, date a check later, happen later, inscribe with a future date (on a check, etc.) postdate assigned an earlier date, dated earlier than - backdated assigning of a person or event to the wrong time period; something that is obsolete or out of date, chronological mistake, making of chronological mistake, something out of time anachronism back issue, out of date issue of a serial publication; anything out of date back number be extinguished, date somebody, exit; be turned off (light); (his back) was thrown out; strike, flow outward from shore, go out of style, socialize go out become apparent, become light; begin, start; become clear; start to understand, beginning, commence, daybreak, sunrise; appearance dawn become involved unhappily, engross somebody, get up to date, pick something up, reach somebody or something traveling ahead catch up becoming obsolete, no longer used; out of date, outmoded; extinct (Biology) obsolescent before recorded history, from the period before written history, preceding written historical records; old, ancient, antiquated, out-of-date (Slang), relating to language before writing, very old or old-fashioned prehistoric bring up to date, modernize, make current, latest information, more current version of something, provide new information update bringing up to date, modernizing updating
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