amortise

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amortise (third-person singular simple present amortises, present participle amortising, simple past and past participle amortised)

  1. (British spelling) Alternative form of amortize
    • 1961 July, “Editorial: Sir Brian begs the questions”, in Trains Illustrated, page 386:
      Within a few days of Sir Brian's lecture we were in Belgium, hearing at first hand from the traction chiefs of the S.N.C.B. that their investments in main-line diesel locomotives have been amortised within six or seven years, although the units do not average more than 260 miles or 15 hours a day in traffic.

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