View definitions for debt
noun as in money owed to others
The rest plan to restructure their debts, close money-losing stores, and continue operation.
“There is so much debt production and debt monetization,” Dalio said.
The cost of the combined wars will probably surpass $7 trillion by 2056, when interest on the debt is considered, almost four decades from now.
They also like precious metals and debt of just about any flavor.
Local banks, meanwhile, keep securitizing their mortgage debt, sloughing off their own liabilities.
Big discounts and cheap credit keep them coming back for more; and keep millions in perpetual debt.
Some of the concern over student debt is likely driven by the startling headline numbers.
These low-income students take on debt and are also the least likely to finish.
By 2013, the company owed the lender about $35,000 per month—solely in interest payments—and imploded in debt.
“So let history record that Iran owes an invaluable debt to al Qaeda,” he added.
It is painful to add, that the latter years of his life were passed in prison, where he was confined for debt.
It sent gold to Paris as fast as it could be shipped and insured, and so seems to have liquidated its debt.
This rascal was owed a debt for the indignity he had offered the sahib in the village, and now he was paid in full.
In conclusion, I must distress my friend J. M. Barrie (who gave me a first chance) by acknowledging my great debt to him.
I owe you a large debt of gratitude, which I want to work out—so do not talk of sending me away.
On this page you'll find 85 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to debt, such as: arrears, bill, capital, commitment, credit, and damage.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.