the act or an instance of disbursing.
money paid out or spent.
- non·dis·burse·ment, noun
- re·dis·burse·ment, noun
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How to use disbursement in a sentence
My fall student loan disbursement coincided with my finding out I was pregnant.After Roe, Families Need Universal Basic Income More Than Ever | Stacey Rutland | July 13, 2022 | Time
Of this, $128,318 came in a single disbursement from the group’s foundation in 2019, tax records show.Right-Wing Nonprofit Lavishes Millions on Top Brass | William Bredderman | October 18, 2021 | The Daily Beast
The funding will go to the agencies who will move forward with establishing procedures for the disbursement of the funds.The cold truth about hot lunch: School meal programs are running out of food and workers | Laura Reiley | September 29, 2021 | Washington Post
If the coins are worth $10 apiece at the time of disbursement, then earning 100 coins would yield $1,000 right away.Bank chief proposes far-out crypto idea ‘that should be next Nobel Prize’ | rhhackettfortune | December 15, 2020 | Fortune
His gross salary for Laborers 89 in 2019 was $78,375, plus $8,435 for automobile disbursements, according to a federal filing by the union.Barrios Worked With Laborers as a Council Staffer Before Taking a Job There | Andrew Keatts and Jesse Marx | September 24, 2020 | Voice of San Diego