01. How much do you want to [deposit] into your account?
02. A $50 [deposit] is required at the time of purchase.
03. Her father [deposited] $500 into her account every month while she was at school to pay for food, clothing and entertainment.
04. I make all my [deposits] to my account through the ATM.
05. I get my salary [deposited] automatically to my bank account.
06. We'd better [deposit] some money into our account, or that check is going to bounce.
07. Prospectors believe there are significant [deposits] of gold in the rock here.
08. Charles Swindoll once said that each day of our lives, we make [deposits] in the memory banks of our children.
09. Your dog left a little [deposit] on my front lawn, and I would appreciate it if you would clean it up.
10. Geologists believe there may be sizeable [deposits] of oil in the waters off the coast just north of here.
11. Many valuable mineral [deposits] lie 3,500 to 6,000 meters below the ocean's surface.
12. Many athletes have knee problems caused by calcium [deposits].
13. In 1959, engineers discovered huge [deposits] of oil in Libya's deserts.
14. In December of 1930, over 400,000 [depositors] watched as their bank, the Bank of the United States in New York, went bankrupt and closed all of its 60 branches.
15. Mineral [deposits] in Papua New Guinea, including oil, copper, and gold, account for 72% of export earnings.
16. The global system of moving fluids at the Earth's surface result in surface processes such as erosion and [deposition] by running water.
17. Mineral matter which is dissolved by ground water ends up being [deposited] in a variety of ways.
18. Wind is capable of transporting enormous quantities of sand and dust which, when [deposited], form many of our planet's distinctive landforms.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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