a written acknowledgment of a bank that it has received from the person named a specified sum of money as a deposit, often for a fixed term at a specified interest rate.
Abbreviation: CD, C.D.
a negotiable certificate issued by a bank in return for a deposit of money for a term of up to five years CD


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