Definition of Debiting
1. Verb. (present participle of debit) ¹
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Definition of Debiting
1. debit [v] - See also: debit
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Literary usage of Debiting
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1906)
"Same—debiting drawee. 4. Under the circumstances stated in the two preceding paragraphs no liability against the collecting bank arose from the further fact ..."
2. Accounting Principles by Thomas Warner Mitchell, Alexander Hamilton Institute (U.S.) (1917)
"The rules of debiting and crediting.—According to the "Personalistic Theory" of accounts, the only rule for debiting or crediting was that which applied to ..."
3. Bookkeeping and Accountancy: Presenting the Art of Bookkeeping in Accordance by Harry Marc Rowe (1910)
"... debiting AND CREDITING ACCOUNTS 18. To determine what accounts are to be debited and what accounts are to be credited in any transaction we apply the ..."
4. The Scottish Jurist: Containing Reports of Cases Decided in the House of by House of Lords, Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, Parliament, Great Britain (1855)
"(«nding the appeal having been awarded by the Court, and debiting all suma paid, that he was in advance on outlays, independent of his professional charges ..."
5. I.C.S. Reference Library: A Series of Textbooks Prepared for the Students of by International Correspondence Schools (1904)
"Entries should now be made debiting Manufacturing account for the total cost for the period and crediting Raw Material, Supplies, Labor, Fuel, Insurance, ..."
6. Accounting Practice: A Comprehensive Statement of Accounting Principles and by Leo Greendlinger, John William Schulze (1914)
"Rules for debiting and crediting.—It is important to know definitely just when an entry should be placed on the debit side and when on the credit side of ..."
7. Book-keeping by double entry by Astrup Cariss (1883)
"... proved of further value, through yielding another one, which forms the most striking feature of scientific book-keeping. 5- debiting AND CREDITING. ..."