Remit - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- release from (claims, debts, or taxes)
- diminish or abate
Please remit $1,000 upon receipt of this letter.
Payment can be remitted by check.
The governor remitted the remainder of her life sentence.
Every farmer has the rent of his farm remitted for the next thirty years.
I have never remitted my attention to business.
The pain has remitted.
The storm has remitted.
All questions of cost will be remitted to the officer in charge of the accounts.
We must for the present remit our reply.
He had recently remitted a great part of his fortune to Europe.
Please remit payment by cheque.
Marketing is outside our remit.
The taxes were remitted
God will remit their sins
The pain finally remitted
present participle: remitting
past tense: remitted
past participle: remitted
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