Definition of depositor in English:

depositor

Syllabification: de·pos·i·tor
Pronunciation: /diˈpäzitər
 
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noun

A person who keeps money in a bank account.
More example sentences
  • The bank has asked depositors to withdraw the money or invest it in alternative investment schemes that the bank is suggesting to them.
  • If a depositor owes money to the bank or building society, this will be deducted from any deposits held before compensation is calculated.
  • During the bank panic of 1933, he actually invited his depositors to withdraw their money.

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