de'fault·er || -tə n. person who does not deliver (money, goods, etc.) on time

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(in failing to appear in court, or in accounting for money intrusted),

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  • defaulter — de‧fault‧er [dɪˈfɔːltə ǁ ˈfɒːltər] noun [countable] FINANCE BANKING someone who fails to do something that it is their duty to do, especially someone who fails to pay money that they owe: • The number of mortgage defaulters is rising in Britain.… …   Financial and business terms

  • Defaulter — De*fault er, n. 1. One who makes default; one who fails to appear in court when court when called. [1913 Webster] 2. One who fails to perform a duty; a delinquent; particularly, one who fails to account for public money intrusted to his care; a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • defaulter — index convict, fugitive, thief Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • defaulter — ► NOUN 1) a person who defaults. 2) chiefly Brit. a member of the armed forces guilty of a military offence …   English terms dictionary

  • defaulter — [[t]dɪfɔ͟ːltə(r)[/t]] defaulters N COUNT A defaulter is someone who does not do something that they are legally supposed to do, such as make a payment at a particular time, or appear in a court of law …   English dictionary

  • defaulter — noun see default II …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • defaulter — /di fawl teuhr/, n. 1. a person who defaults or fails to fulfill an obligation, esp. a legal or financial one. 2. Brit. a soldier convicted by court martial. [1660 70; DEFAULT + ER1] * * * …   Universalium

  • defaulter — noun one who fails to fulfill an obligation or perform a task, especially a legal or financial one …   Wiktionary

  • defaulter — (Roget s IV) n. Syn. delinquent, derelict, defalcator, insolvent; see debtor , delinquent …   English dictionary for students

  • defaulter — noun a person who defaults. ↘chiefly Brit. a member of the armed forces guilty of a military offence …   English new terms dictionary

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