deposit (something) in(to) (something)

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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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Numerous companies and individuals have shifted money from time deposits into demand deposit accounts.
Banks would be able to sweep balances from demand deposits into these twenty-four-transaction MMDAs each night, pay interest on them, and then sweep them back into demand deposits the next day.
For now, large depositors are likely to limit their responses to demanding that banks put up collateral in case of a bank failure in exchange for not pulling out savings, or to shifting time deposits into time deposits with shorter maturities, it said.
In recent years, developments in computer technology have allowed depositories to begin sweeping consumer transaction deposits into nonreservable accounts.
Japanese banks fear their deposit insurance premiums under the state-run deposit insurance system will soar if a shift of bank deposits into ordinary deposits continues.
Many of the political, policy, financial, and legal institutions concerned with banking issues will be preoccupied, for the foreseeable future, with the details of this issue because SAIF institutions will continually strive to move deposits into BIF and BIF institutions will attempt to thwart such movements.