Amortisation



n.

chiefly British English spelling of amortization; see -ize.
Historical Examples

For this purpose the amortisation quota should be made variable.
A Revision of the Treaty John Maynard Keynes

Germany to raise at once an international loan, of which amount, rate of interest, and amortisation quota are to be agreed on.
A Revision of the Treaty John Maynard Keynes

Contrariwise, when a burst of renewals falls due, in excess of the current rate of amortisation, a boom sets in.
The Accumulation of Capital Rosa Luxemburg

What is the cost for amortisation in the long mortgages on property in the country?
Readings in Money and Banking Chester Arthur Phillips

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