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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English depositFrench déposerGerman deponierenItalian depositareRussian депози́т (depozít)Spanish depositar, all ultimately from Latin dēpositus, perfect passive participle of dēpōnō.

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VerbEdit

depozar (present tense depozas, past tense depozis, future tense depozos, imperative depozez, conditional depozus)

  1. (transitive) to deposit (lay down, set down, put down; lodge or place for safety)
  2. (transitive) to bond (put in a bonded warehouse)

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  • depozajo (deposit, thing deposited)
  • depozanto (depositor)
  • depozario (trustee, depositary, depository, guardian)
  • depozeyo (place of deposit, depot, warehouse, depository)
  • depozo (deposit, act)
  • depozuro (deposit)