Definition of Amortise

1. Verb. Liquidate gradually.

Exact synonyms: Amortize
Generic synonyms: Liquidate, Pay Off
Derivative terms: Amortisation, Amortization



Definition of Amortise

1. v. Same as Amortize, Amortization, etc.

Definition of Amortise

1. Verb. (alternative form of amortize) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Amortise

1. to amortize [v -TISED, -TISING, -TISES] - See also: amortize

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Literary usage of Amortise

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1. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1921)
"As regards wastage of capital the allowance should be the sinking fund payment necessary to amortise the capital cost of the asset over its agreed life, ..."

2. Select English Works of John Wyclif by John Wycliffe (1871)
"Also whanne )>ei geten leve to amortise ony lond or rente, ... And jit whanne f>ei geten leve to amortise twenti markis worf> lond bi a writt, ..."

3. Accounts; Their Construction and Interpretation: For Business Men and by William Morse Cole (1915)
"... is due to the fact that $49.09 payable ten years hence is worth only $31.46 to-day (at 43% compounded semi-annually). This value will amortise, at a 4! ..."

4. How to Read the Money Article by Charles Duguid (1901)
"... is regularly setting aside a certain sum of money to enable it to amortise it—to buy it back, to pay it off, to redeem it. How much it is necessary to ..."

5. Concrete Houses, how They Were Built: Articles Descriptive of Various Types edited by Harvey Whipple (1920)
"Since during the first year the breakage of molds at Salindres was less than 1/2 of 1%, we can safely amortise the molds in 30 years. ..."

6. Cambridge Antiquarian Communications (1881)
"... a licence of the King, by his Lettres patentes, to amortise to the said College Unides and tenements that ben holdon in Burgage to the value of XL"b, ..."

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