Definition of direct deposit in English:

direct deposit

Syllabification: di·rect de·pos·it

noun

North American
The electronic transfer of a payment directly from the account of the payer to the recipient’s account.
More example sentences
  • They've moved away, for example, from the cash payment for most of the security forces that is rife with corruption to a direct payment, direct deposit into accounts using checks.
  • Enter your bank routing and account numbers for easy direct deposit.
  • Additionally, there were widespread reports of robbery at the distribution sites, and it was further noted that senior citizens were distrustful of the banks or had no accounts for direct deposits.

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