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deposit (something) in(to) (something)

To insert something into a designated repository. Don't worry, I deposited the invitations into the mailbox on my way to work. Once I deposit my paycheck into my bank account, I'll be able to pay you back.
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deposit something in(to) something

to put something into something. Please deposit your chewing gum into the wastebasket. You should deposit your money in the bank.
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It is not, for instance, probable that sediment was deposited during the whole of the glacial period near the mouth of the Mississippi, within that limit of depth at which marine animals can flourish; for we know what vast geographical changes occurred in other parts of America during this space of time.
He answered by saying, " Why, there are none others in these southern countries." He informed me that the number of eggs in the nest of the petise is considerably less than in that of the other kind, namely, not more than fifteen on an average, but he asserted that more than one female deposited them.
More words followed these, providing if my lady was dead, or if Miss Rachel was dead, at the time of the testator's decease, for the Diamond being sent to Holland, in accordance with the sealed instructions originally deposited with it.
They can also take action on returned items faster, because the electronically deposited items clear faster than traditional deposits.
1 : the state of being deposited <money on deposit>
Of the $87.5 million in new deposits in White County, $45.5 million was deposited in First Security Bank's 12 branches and $21.5 million was deposited in First Community Bank, based at Batesville.
He argued that the Squantum was marine in origin and not deposited directly by an ice sheet (and in this was later proven correct; Crowell, 1957; Dott, 1961; see below) and, as we now know, is of Late Neoproterozoic age (Thompson and Bowring, 2000).
During its February liaison meetings with the IRS Large and Mid-Size Business (LMSB) Division and the Treasury Department, TEI expressed concerns about reports that the IRS was asserting or threatening assertion of penalties against employers for failing to timely deposit employment and income tax liabilities where such amounts exceeded $100,000 and were not deposited by the day after the exercise of the NQSOs.
When materials are deposited onto substrates to make thin films, the usual goal is to produce a smooth deposit.
95-68 provided that, absent reasonable cause, a taxpayer required to deposit Federal taxes by EFT was subject to the 10% failure-to-deposit penalty if the taxpayer deposited the taxes by means other than EFT.
The payroll department is encouraging employees to take advantage of the opportunity to have paychecks deposited directly into their bank accounts.