Two or three hundred English pounds were a considerable improvement on a debit account.
It was Desk and Debit, for which I had been seeking for weeks.
When we enjoyed each other before only love was between us—there was no question of debit and credit.
If you make an error he'll debit you with it, but when you play well he'll feature you.
Jacques: He brings the whole to a grand total to find out with what sum, en bloc, he is to debit each letter-carrier.
Debit balances have increased £509,840, and now include Treasury bills.
The only revenue account now open is expense, which shows a debit balance of $38.00.
On the debit side write the purchases, their dates and prices.
The use of stamps for example would permit doing away with the debit side in the account books.
Since you will have a debit and credit account, I will enlighten you on this point.
debit mid-15c., from M.Fr. debet, from L. debilitum "thing owed," neut. pp. of debere "to owe" (see debt). Debit card is attested from 1975.