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Word: remit

Definition: transmit (money) in payment; free someone from a debt or punishment


Sentences Containing 'remit'

``So that you will remit to me these 48,000 francs?''
`If you come from Ali himself,'said Selim,`you know what you were charged to remit to me?'
It might not, however, be necessary to remit any part of the American revenue in gold and silver.
In order to remit the money he had collected more conveniently to the treasury, he entrusted it to a merchant, who failed and absconded; and as the bankrupt's assets were insufficient to cover the whole, he was sent to prison at Seville in September 1597.
The stoutest antagonist, if he remit his watch a moment, is oppressed.

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