deferred, past participle; deferred, past tense; deferring, present participle; defers, 3rd person singular present;
Submit humbly to (a person or a person's wishes or qualities)
he deferred to Tim's superior knowledge
postpone: hold back to a later time; "let's postpone the exam"
submit: yield to another's wish or opinion; "The government bowed to the military pressure"
Deferred, in accrual accounting, is any account where the asset or liability is not realized until a future date (accounting period), e.g. annuities, charges, taxes, income, etc. The deferred item may be carried, dependent on type of deferral, as either an asset or liability. See also accrual.
To delay, or postpone, especially to postpone induction into military service
(deferred) Of or pertaining to delay of an action; Of or pertaining to yielding to someone else's decision or judgment; Of or pertaining to a value that is not realized until a future date, e.g. annuities, charges, taxes, income, either as an asset or liability
(Deferred) Another term for “back months.”
(Deferred) When you apply under any early admissions policy you can be deferred. Deferred is neither accepted nor rejected–the application will simply reevaluate your application with all of the Regular Decision applications. At most schools, this is the most common outcome of applying early. ...
(Deferred) A set of queues on ftp-master where the queue daemon stores packages that were uploaded to the corresponding delayed queue - see README
(DEFERRED) Students don’t start paying off the loan until after they graduate, sometimes as long as six months after school ends.
(Deferred) An IRB action that specifies conditions under which research can be reconsidered for approval, pending substantive (i.e. ...
(Deferred) An operation, which would occur at a specific point in the unmodified Linux boot up processing, is changed so that it can occur later in the processing.
(Deferred) Assessments for this property have been deferred and may be assessed with accrued interest when ownership changes or the reason for deferral is no longer valid.
(Deferred) Payment postponed until a future time, by resolution of a taxing authority.
(Deferred) Refers to the delay in the review of an application by a scientific review group, usually to the next review cycle, due to insufficient information.
(Deferred) Shares with the notation 'd' are the result of a reconstruction of the company's share capital.
(Deferred) The act of understanding about the commission being paid later.
(Deferred) admission: The practice of permitting admitted students to postpone enrollment, usually for a period of one academic term or one year.
(Deferred) sentencing: This means that instead of any conviction or trial the person is sent directly into probation. ...
(deferred) (2h)[F], POs ><, FOs away, touch FTs, then DH moves forward in upward arcs + FINISH.
(deferred) de·fer (dî-fűrą) verb de·ferred, de·fer·ring, de·fers verb, transitive 1. To put off; postpone. 2. To postpone the induction of (one eligible for the military draft). verb, intransitive To procrastinate. [Middle English differren, to postpone, differ.] . de·ferąra·ble adjective . ...
When a charge or payment is temporarily put on hold.
The student will not receive his or her final decision until a later decision date. It isn’t a “No”—it will later become an “Admit,” “Deny” or “Wait List.”
to delay starting your course. Deferring your offer of a place in a course means you would like to delay starting your course for six or 12 months. ...
When a wrestler defers his right to choose top, bottom or neutral until the third period.