Definition of 'instalment'
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He promised to give the rest in instalments in the months ahead. Times, Sunday Times (2014)How lucky that the phone company said she could pay in instalments. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They repay the loans in monthly instalments and we make a tidy profit. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The payment is payable in two equal instalments this year and next. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They also called it misleading for implying rivals did not allow payment in instalments. The Sun (2013)Those who have been tracked down are paying back the money in instalments. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Would the final instalment be any clearer? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Here is the first instalment of their remortgage diaries. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Failure to pay instalments would therefore lead to the goods being taken back by the seller. Business Studies Basic Facts (1990)He was allowed to pay back the money in regular instalments. The Sun (2008)The final instalment of her relationship drama is full of rows and emotional crises. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Employees can then buy the bikes cheaply while employers recover the money in instalments from their pay. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Broadcasting a series one instalment at a time builds a better social media following, he added. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We agreed that she would repay the loan in monthly instalments, but soon the repayments stopped. The Sun (2014)It apologised, and agreed to accept payment in two instalments. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The first instalment had been on at 8pm. The Sun (2008)We have payment plans, clients can pay by instalments. The Sun (2014)The interest meter runs from the point of payment of the loan 's first instalment. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It has also suggested that you contact its payment helpline, which will allow you to pay the debt in instalments. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The price of each vessel was payable in five equal instalments at specified points of time, the final instalment payable on delivery. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Having said this, they do offer payment by instalment and there may be financial awards available through them towards the cost of the course. Life Without Work (1994)You are unlikely to get much reward for the remaining 30 months' instalments you would pay. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The sadness is that there is only one more instalment, in Bangalore. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Visitors to the festival's Glasgow instalment next month have another chance to see what he means. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)
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Translations for 'instalment'
British English: instalment /ɪnˈstɔːlmənt/ NOUN
If you pay for something in instalments, you pay small sums of money at regular intervals over a period of time.
The final instalment of the debt will be repaid next year.
- American English: installment
- Arabic: دُفْعَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: prestação
- Chinese: 分期付款
- Croatian: rata
- Czech: splátka
- Danish: afdrag
- Dutch: afbetalingstermijn
- European Spanish: plazo
- Finnish: maksuerä
- French: versement partiel
- German: Rate
- Greek: δόση πληρωμή
- Italian: rata
- Japanese: 分割払い
- Korean: 할부금
- Norwegian: avdrag
- Polish: rata
- European Portuguese: prestação
- Romanian: rată
- Russian: взнос
- Spanish: plazo
- Swedish: avbetalning
- Thai: เงินที่จ่ายเป็นงวด
- Turkish: taksit
- Ukrainian: внесок
- Vietnamese: phần trả góp
Definition of instalment from the Collins English Dictionary
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