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N-COUNT 订金;保证金 A deposit is a sum of money which is part of the full price of something, and which you pay when you agree to buy it.
A £50 deposit is required when ordering, and the balance is due upon delivery.
N-COUNT (租赁的)押金 A deposit is a sum of money which you pay when you start renting something. The money is returned to you if you do not damage what you have rented.
It is common to ask for the equivalent of a month's rent as a deposit.
N-COUNT (尤指定期)存款 A deposit is a sum of money which is in a bank account or savings account, especially a sum which will be left there for some time.
N-COUNT 竞选保证金(参加议会或欧洲选举时提交，如获一定比例选票便可返还) A deposit is a sum of money which you have to pay if you want to be a candidate in a parliamentary or European election. The money is returned to you if you receive more than a certain percentage of the votes.
The Tory candidate lost his deposit.
N-COUNT 沉淀物;沉积物 A deposit is an amount of a substance that has been left somewhere as a result of a chemical or geological process.
After 10 minutes the surplus material is washed away and any remaining deposit examined with ultra violet light.
...underground deposits of gold and diamonds.
VERB 放下;放置;丢下 To deposit someone or something somewhere means to put them or leave them there.
Someone was seen depositing a packet...
Fritz deposited a glass and two bottles of beer in front of Wolfe...
VERB 存放;寄存 If you deposit something somewhere, you put it where it will be safe until it is needed again.
You are advised to deposit valuables in the hotel safe.
VERB 将（钱）存入银行（或储蓄）账户 If you deposit a sum of money, you pay it into a bank account or savings account.
The customer has to deposit a minimum of £100 monthly.
顾客必须每月至少存 100 英镑。
VERB 使沉淀;使沉积 If a substance is deposited somewhere, it is left there as a result of a chemical or geological process.
The phosphate was deposited by the decay of marine microorganisms.