installment

installment

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In a gush of pro-America, anti–Soviet Union glory, the fourth installment in the Rocky saga pulls out all the stops.

But after watching Sunday night's installment, I've finally changed my mind.

Production on the seventh installment of the popular series is on hold following the death of star Paul Walker.

Hot Fuzz, the second installment in the Cornetto trilogy, grossed close to $40 million on DVD.

PERFORMA—the nearly month-long biennial celebrating the multi-faceted realm of performance art—is back for its fifth installment.

Once he got a catalogue from an installment house, and tried to hide it from her.

That magazine had the first installment of "Brigands of the Moon" in it.

I am reproducing with this chapter several of the installment cards.

He—he bought a diamond from me this morning—on the installment plan!

Money for your personal expenses is to be advanced, and here is an installment.

"act of installing," 1580s, from install + -ment. Meaning "arrangement of payment by fixed portions at fixed times" is from 1732, alteration of Anglo-French estaler "fix payments," from Old French estal "fixed position," from Old High German stal "standing place" (see stall (n.1)). Figurative sense of "part of a whole produced in advance of the rest" is from 1823.

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    yearly instalment — ежегодный взнос

    monthly instalment — ежемесячный взнос

    by/in instalments; on an/the instalment plan — в рассрочку, с рассрочкой платежа

    to pay by/in instalments — платить частями, платить в рассрочку

    to buy on the instalment plan, to buy by instalments — покупать в рассрочку

    in/by weekly [monthly\] instalments — еженедельными [ежемесячными\] взносами

    payment by instalments — оплата в рассрочку, оплата частями

    For example, if you borrow $100 and pay it back in 12 monthly instalments, you pay just $6.50 in interest — that's cheap! — Например, если вы заимствуете $100 и выплачиваете долг в виде 12 ежемесячных взносов [выплачиваете долг 12-ю ежемесячными взносами\], вы платите в виде процентов всего $6,50 — это дешево!

    five-year installment plan — с рассрочкой на пять лет

    instalment buying — покупка в рассрочку

    instalment credit [loan\] — кредит [заем, ссуда\] с погашением в рассрочку

    instalment debt — долг с погашением в рассрочку

    instalment offer — предложение о покупке в рассрочку

    to miss an instalment — не выплатить периодический платеж в срок; не выплатить вовремя очередной взнос (напр., при покупке в рассрочку)

    instalment of goods — партия товаров

    Where a credit account has been established with us, payment must be made for each instalment of goods delivered within 30 days from date of invoice. — При покупке товаров по открытому у нас кредитному счету оплата каждой партии товаров должна быть произведена в течение 30 дней после выставления счета-фактуры.

    to be published in instalments — издаваться по частям

    In the USA the work was at first published in instalments (on March 6 and April 2 and 28, 1853) in the democratic Boston newspaper Neue-England-Zeitung and at the end of April 1853 it was printed as a separate pamphlet. — В США эта работа была вначале издана частями (6 марта, 2 и 28 апреля 1853 г.) в демократической бостонской газете "Neue-England-Zeitung", а в конце апреля 1853 г. была отпечатана в виде отдельной брошюры.

    instalment of equipment — установка оборудования

    We also offer proper and professional instalment of equipment and on-call service whenever needed. — Мы предлагаем тщательный и профессиональный монтаж оборудования, а также обслуживание по требованию.

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    instalment — in‧stal‧ment [ɪnˈstɔːlmənt ǁ ˈstɒːl ] , installment noun [countable] FINANCE one of a series of regular payments that are made until all of an agreed amount has been paid: • Some customers prefer to pay by instalments. • This would be the first… … Financial and business terms

    instalment — [in stôl′mənt] n. 1. INSTALLMENT1 2. INSTALLMENT2 * * * … Universalium

    instalment — (US also installment) ► NOUN 1) a sum of money due as one of several payments made over a period of time. 2) one of several parts of something published or broadcast at intervals. ORIGIN Old French estalement, from estaler to fix … English terms dictionary

    instalment — [in stôl′mənt] n. 1. INSTALLMENT1 2. INSTALLMENT2 … English World dictionary

    instalment — (esp. BrE) (AmE usually installment) noun 1 regular payment ADJECTIVE ▪ fixed ▪ repayment is by fixed monthly instalments ▪ equal ▪ a loan repaid in equal annual instalments … Collocations dictionary

    instalment — [[t]ɪnstɔ͟ːlmənt[/t]] instalments (in AM, use installment) 1) N COUNT If you pay for something in instalments, you pay small sums of money at regular intervals over a period of time, rather than paying the whole amount at once. The first… … English dictionary

    instalment — UK [ɪnˈstɔːlmənt] / US [ɪnˈstɔlmənt] noun [countable] Word forms instalment : singular instalment plural instalments 1) one of several payments that an amount is divided into, so that you do not have to pay the whole amount at one time When is… … English dictionary

    instalment — /ɪn stɔ:lmənt/ noun a part of a payment which is paid regularly until the total amount is paid ● The first instalment is payable on signature of the agreement. (NOTE: the American spelling is installment) ♦ the final instalment is now due the… … Marketing dictionary in english

    instalment — /ɪn stɔ:lmənt/ noun a part of a payment which is paid regularly until the total amount is paid ● The first instalment is payable on signature of the agreement. ♦ the final instalment is now due the last of a series of payments should be paid now… … Dictionary of banking and finance

    Instalment — An instalment or installment in American English usually refers to either: * An instalment in a television or radio series. See episode * An instalment is also a term used in the Commonwealth to refer to monetary payments when hiring an object.… … Wikipedia

    instalment — n. 1) to pay an instalment 2) monthly; quarterly instalments 3) in instalments (the book came out in instalments; to pay in instalments) * * * [ɪn stɔːlmənt] quarterly instalments monthly to pay an instalment in instalments (the book came out in… … Combinatory dictionary

    1. The act of installing; installation. Take oaths from all kings and magistrates at their installment, to do impartial justice by law. Milton.
    2. ( obsolete ) The seat in which one is placed. The several chairs of order, look, you scour; . . . Each fair installment, coat, and several crest With loyal blazon, evermore be blest. Shakespeare.

    The sense of "part of a whole produced in advance of the rest" is from 1823.

    1. A portion of a debt, or sum of money, which is divided into portions that are made payable at different times. Payment by installment is payment by parts at different times, the amounts and times (often equal namely regular, e.g. mensual) being often definitely stipulated.
    2. a part of a broadcast or publishedserial.
    3. anything that is performed in parts, spread in time

    For this sense in the UK, the OED permits only the spelling instalment. Commonwealth usage varies.

    1> _эк. партия товара

    2> _эк. очередной взнос (при рассрочке); частичный платеж

    by (in) installments в рассрочку

    to pay by (in) monthly installments платить ежемесячными

    installment plan система оплаты товаров в рассрочку

    to buy smth. on the installment plan _ам. покупать что-л. в

    on a year's installment plan _ам. с рассрочкой на год

    the first installment of the goods ordered первая партия

    4> отдельный выпуск (книги и т. п.)

    a novel published in (by) installments роман, публикуемый

    first installment — первый взнос

    rent installment — арендный взнос

    annual installment — ежегодный взнос

    yearly installment — ежегодный взнос

    collection installment — взнос инкассо

    payment by installment — платеж взносами

    overdue installment — просроченный взнос

    collection installment — взнос инкассо

    yearly installment — ежегодный взнос

    annual installment — ежегодный взнос

    В амер. практике пишется "installment"

    by installments — в рассро́чку

    installment — in·stall·ment n: one of the parts into which a debt is divided when payment is made at intervals installment adj Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. installment … Law dictionary

    installment — in*stall ment, instalment in*stal ment, n. 1. The act of installing; installation. [1913 Webster] Take oaths from all kings and magistrates at their installment, to do impartial justice by law. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. The seat in which one is… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

    installment — UK US /ɪnˈstɔːlmənt/ noun [C or U] US ► COMMERCE INSTALMENT(Cf. ↑instalment) … Financial and business terms

    installment — act of installing, 1580s, from INSTALL (Cf. install) + MENT (Cf. ment). Meaning arrangement of payment by fixed portions at fixed times is from 1732, alteration of Anglo Norm. estaler fix payments, from O.Fr. estal fixed position, from O.H.G.… … Etymology dictionary

    installment — [n] part, section chapter, division, earnest, episode, partial payment, payment, portion, repayment, token; concepts 344,835 Ant. whole … New thesaurus

    installment — installment1 [in stôl′mənt] n. [altered (infl. by INSTALL) < estallment < estall, to arrange payments for < OFr estaler, to stop, fix < estal, a halt, place < OHG stal: see STALL1] 1. any of the parts of a debt or other sum of… … English World dictionary

    installment — I. noun also instalment Date: 1589 installation 1 II. noun also instalment Etymology: alteration of earlier estallment payment by installment, from estall to arrange payments by installment, from Anglo French estaler, from estal station, stall,… … New Collegiate Dictionary

    installment — noun /ɪnˈstɔːlmənt/ a) The act of installing; installation. Take oaths from all kings and magistrates at their installment, to do impartial justice by law. Milton. b) A portion of a debt, or sum of money, which is divided into portions that are… … Wiktionary

    installment — in|stall|ment [ ın stɔlmənt ] noun count 1. ) one of several payments that an amount of money is divided into, so that you do not have to pay the whole amount at one time: When is the next installment due? in installments: We paid for the… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

    installment — installment1 /in stawl meuhnt/, n. 1. any of several parts into which a debt or other sum payable is divided for payment at successive fixed times: to pay for furniture in monthly installments. 2. a single portion of something furnished or issued … Universalium

    installment — Synonyms and related words: accedence, accession, acquitment, acquittal, acquittance, adjunct, amortization, amortizement, anchorage, article, binder, book, cash, cash payment, chapter, clause, clearance, colonization, column, coming out,… … Moby Thesaurus

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