defrayment

defrayal

[dih-frey-uhl]
noun
payment of some or all charges or expenses.
Also, defrayment.


Origin:
1810–20; defray + -al2

predefrayal, adjective
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defray (dɪˈfreɪ)
 
vb
(tr) to furnish or provide money for (costs, expenses, etc); pay
 
[C16: from Old French deffroier to pay expenses, from de-dis-1 + frai expenditure, originally: cost incurred through breaking something, from Latin frangere to break]
 
de'frayable
 
adj
 
de'frayal
 
n
 
de'frayment
 
n
 
de'frayer
 
n

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