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a cancellation from the accounts as a loss.
an uncollectable account.
a reduction in book value; depreciation.
a person or thing that is given up as hopeless or pointless:
Joe's college career is a write-off.
noun use of verb phrase
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Our kitchen tent was a complete
, as the biggest rock had completely flattened the stone kitchen.
Maybe folks who own storage facilities could dedicate a section of closet-sized lockers for the homeless as a tax
Debt forgiveness is, loosely, a
The more official aid a country receives, the bigger the eventual
private bondholders may suffer.
raises questions about a management that was once highly rated.
Business also got a bung, in the form of a faster
And the costs of administering an ongoing plan are much higher than for a simple discharge and
But if flying simply can't be avoided, its environmental impact needn't be a
British Dictionary definitions for
to cancel (a bad debt or obsolete asset) from the accounts
to consider (a transaction, etc) as a loss or set off (a loss) against revenues
to depreciate (an asset) by periodic charges
to charge (a specified amount) against gross profits as depreciation of an asset
to cause or acknowledge the complete loss of
to send a written order for (something)
she wrote off for a brochure
) to damage (something, esp a car) beyond repair
the act of cancelling a bad debt or obsolete asset from the accounts
the bad debt or obsolete asset cancelled
the amount cancelled against gross profits, corresponding to the book value of the bad debt or obsolete asset
) something damaged beyond repair, esp a car
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