
To
lend
or
make
a
practice
of
lending
money,
deducting
the
interest
at
the
time
of
the
loan.

To
deduct;
make
an
allowance;
take
with
exception
or
doubt,
as
a
statement;
discredit.

To
buy
or
cash,
as
notes,
for
less
than
face
value;
cash
with
deduction
of
interest
yet
to
accrue.

To
draw
on
in
advance,
as
income
or
prospects;
anticipate.

A
counting
off
or
deduction
made
from
a
gross
sum
on
any
account
whatever;
an
allowance
upon
an
account,
debt,
demand,
price
asked,
and
the
like;
something
taken
or
deducted.

A
deduction
made
for
interest,
in
advancing
money
upon,
or
purchasing,
a
bill
or
note
not
due;
payment
in
advance
of
interest
upon
money.

The
rate
of
interest
charged
in
discounting.

To
deduct
a
sum
from
for
prompt
payment:
advance
money
on,
deducting
a
certain
rate
per
cent;
allow
for
exaggeration
in,
as
a
story.

To
allow
discount:
to
advance
money
on,
deducting
discount.

To
lend
money
on,
deducting
interest.

To
lend,
or
make
a
practice
of
lending,
money,
abating
the
discount;
as,
the
discount
for
sixty
or
ninety
days.

To
practice
discounting.

To
deduct
from
an
account,
debt,
charge,
and
the
like;
to
make
an
abatement
of;
as,
merchants
sometimes
discount
five
or
six
per
cent
for
prompt
payment
of
bills.

To
lend
money
upon,
deducting
the
discount
or
allowance
for
interest;
as,
the
banks
discount
notes
and
bills
of
exchange.

To
take
into
consideration
beforehand;
to
anticipate
and
form
conclusions
concerning (
an
event).

To
leave
out
of
account;
to
take
no
notice
of.

To
deduct
a
certain
sum
or
rate
per
cent,
from
the
principal
sum;
to
lend
or
advance
the
amount
of,
deducting
the
interest
or
other
rate
per
cent,
from
the
principal
at
the
time
of
the
advance;
to
deduct;
to
forestall;
to
take
account
of
beforehand.

the
act
of
reducing
the
selling
price
of
merchandise

a
refund
of
some
fraction
of
the
amount
paid

give
a
reduction
in
price
on; "
I
never
discount
these
books
they
sell
like
hot
cakes"

A
sum
deducted
or
allowed
for
prompt
payment
of
an
account;
a
deduction
made
according
to
the
current
rate
of
interest.

A
sum
taken
from
the
count
or
reckoning:
a
sum
returned
to
the
payer
of
an
account:
a
deduction
made
for
interest
in
advancing
money
on
a
bill.

Deduction
made
from
a
payment;
interest
paid
in
advance.

An
amount
deducted;
interest
deducted
in
advance
for
cashing
notes,
etc.

The
act
of
discounting.

The
rate
of
discount.

A
sum
deducted
for
prompt
payment;
an
allowance
or
deduction
from
a
sum
due,
or
from
a
credit;
a
certain
rate
per
cent.
deducted
from
the
credit
price
of
goods
sold
on
account
of
prompt
payment;
a
sum
returned
in
payment;
the
deduction
of
a
sum
for
advanced
payment;
the
sum
deducted;
the
act
of
discounting.

Something
taken
off
or
deducted;
an
allowance
or
deduction
on
the
payment
of
money;
the
deduction
of
the
interest
on
a
sum
lent
at
the
time
of
lending;
the
sum
so
deducted.
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