due


due
/dju:/ adjective
1. owed
a sum due from a debtor
to fall or become due to be ready for payment
bill due on May 1st a bill which has to be paid on May 1st
balance due to us the amount owed to us which should be paid
2. correct and appropriate in the situation
in due form written in the correct legal form
a receipt in due form
a contract drawn up in due form
after due consideration of the problem after thinking seriously about the problem
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‘…many expect the US economic indicators for April, due out this Thursday, to show faster economic growth’ [Australian Financial Review]

Dictionary of banking and finance. 2015.

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