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noun as in delay

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If the borrower can afford only their old payment, a deferral might be the right answer, in which the delinquent balance is added to the back end of the loan.

With many retail and restaurant tenants struggling to stay open, Simon granted more than $750 million in rent deferrals or reductions for the quarter.

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It also said last summer that it had enrolled tens of thousands of customers in its emergency hardship deferral program since the start of the pandemic.

The FDA, amid a blood shortage during the coronavirus pandemic, shortened the deferral period to three months.

It also said it had enrolled more than 112,000 customers in its emergency hardship deferral program since the start of the pandemic, representing a total loan balance of more than $300 million.

If detection lag time is 10 days, then that, plus a healthy margin, should be the “deferral” period.

That deferral could be extended and anyone who was accepted would also gain the ability to work in this country.

It goes on to say that the “latest scientific evidence” should determine how long donation deferral periods should be.

On Wednesday, she noted, the U.S. Congress announced a deferral of the debt ceiling until May 18.

The only way to get offshore money back is to eliminate the profit-deferral option completely.

This deferral of responsibility brings relief from shame and blame.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to deferral, such as: deferment, postponement, extension, stay, suspension, and delaying tactic.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.