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presentment

[ pri-zent-muhnt ]
/ prɪˈzɛnt mənt /
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noun
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Origin of presentment

1275–1325; Middle English presentement<Middle French. See present2, -ment
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British Dictionary definitions for presentment

presentment
/ (prɪˈzɛntmənt) /

noun
the act of presenting or state of being presented; presentation
something presented, such as a picture, play, etc
law, mainly US a statement on oath by a grand jury of something within their own knowledge or observation, esp the commission of an offence when the indictment has been laid before them
commerce the presenting of a bill of exchange, promissory note, etc
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