Day Order

Business / Finance / Day Order: A bank account that pays interest according to the number of days that the money is actually on deposit.

Other Words for Day

Day Verb Synonyms: daytime, daylight, broad daylight, light of day
Day Noun Synonyms: time, hour, age, period, era, epoch, date, prime, heyday, lifetime
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Other Words for Order

Order Verb Synonyms: organization, arrangement, grouping, disposition, form, structure, categorization, systematization or systemization, classification, codification, disposal, layout, array, sequence, set-up
Order Noun Synonyms: organization, uniformity, regularity, system, pattern, symmetry, harmony, tidiness, orderliness, neatness
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Day Loan

Business / Finance / Day Loan: A day order that supersedes (cancels and replaces) the previous order by altering its size or price limit. MORE

Day Trading

Business / Finance / Day Trading: In the context of general equities, request from a customer to either buy or sell stock, that, if not cancelled or executed the day it is placed, expires automatically. All orders are day orders unles MORE

Stop Order

Business / Construction / Stop Order: A formal, written notification to a contractor to discontinue some or all work on a project for reasons such as safety violations, defective materials or workmanship, or cancellation of the contract. MORE

Good-This-Month Order (GTM)

Business / Finance / Good-This-Month Order (GTM): An order to buy or sell stock that is good until you execute or cancel it. Brokerages usually set a limit of 30-60 days, at which the G.T.C. order expires if not restated. (Different from a day order. MORE

Partial Day Treatment

Health / Dentistry / Partial Day Treatment: A program offered by appropriately-licensed facilities that includes either a day or evening treatment program, usually for mental health or substance abuse. MORE

Palm Sunday

Life Style / Holiday / Palm Sunday: 'The sixth Sunday of Lent, one week before Easter Sunday. The Last Sunday of Lent, the day Jesus entered Jerusalem on a donkey, surrounded by cheering crowds. Celebrated in different ways around the w MORE

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