Definition of deferred
1 : withheld for or until a stated time a deferred payment
2 : charged in cases of delayed handling telegraphs sent at deferred rates
Recent Examples of deferred from the Web
Eagles linebacker Nigel Bradham has accepted a deferred prosecution deal on a felony battery charge in Miami, Fla., ESPN reported Monday, citing court documents.
With the inclusion of deferred bonuses (total $77,205) and a one-time $50,000 grant, her total contributions spanning forty-six years of service were $1,093,062.
Previously, Swisher entered into a deferred prosecution agreement with the government in which the company took responsibility for the conduct of its former employees and agreed to pay a $2 million penalty.
Total budget – $143,282,185 Other items remaining Deferred contributions $750,000 – Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra $500,000 –
As part of a plea agreement, Jimmy Lee Rogers, 56, was sentenced Monday to four years’ probation with deferred adjudication in the death of 89-year-old Joe Pace, who died in August 2015.
According to Cots Contracts information, Jiménez has $2.25 million of his $13.5 million salary for 2017 owed in deferred money, leaving roughly $7.5 million in salary remaining for him this year.
Quattrone later entered into a deferred prosecution agreement.
Instead, Summer Sparrow, 41, gave up her teaching license under a deferred prosecution arrangement.
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Legal Definition of deferred
: withheld or delayed for or until a stated time a deferred payment deferred prosecution
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