verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of deposit
Examples from the Web for deposited
That makes it a reliable way to measure how much oxygen was in the atmosphere when the minerals were deposited.Why Did It Take So Long For Complex Life To Evolve On Earth? Blame Oxygen.|Matthew R. Francis|November 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The bus from Yangon deposited us at our destination in the dark and cold early hours when most people are still asleep.
The crooks would then employ their mouths to suck out the tokens people had deposited.
Ultimately, he was deposited on Sixth Avenue by two News Corp. security guards.Joe Muto, ‘the Fox Mole,’ on His New Book, ‘An Atheist in the Foxhole’|David Freedlander|June 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And the ground coffee is deposited in a little cup which pulls out and dumps neatly into your coffeemaker.
David, seizing the opportunity, deposited his reserve of lozenges in the ground and hastily swept some earth over them.Brother Jacob|George Eliot
The beautiful colors so much admired are deposited by the reflected mantle and their variety is almost endless.
"Guess something is smashed inside, for a bit of glass fell out," observed Will, as they deposited the bundle at her feet.Eight Cousins|Louisa M. Alcott
She whisked off with her cloth to the screen, deposited it, reappeared.A Sheaf of Corn|Mary E. Mann
A bell is automatically rung by the machine to warn the attendant that the desired length has been deposited into the can.
British Dictionary definitions for deposited
- an instance of entrusting money or valuables to a bank or similar institution
- the money or valuables so entrusted