owing

  • 1 owing — ow‧ing [ˈəʊɪŋ ǁ ˈoʊ ] adjective [only after a noun] ACCOUNTING FINANCE an amount of money owing has not been paid yet: • We will send an estimate of the amount owing for the goods or services provided. • The brewery settled the £149 debt owing to …

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  • 2 Owing — Ow ing, p. p. & a. [Used in a passive sense for owed (AS. [=a]gen. See {Own}).] 1. Had or held under obligation of paying; due. [1913 Webster] There is more owing her than is paid. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. Had or experienced as a consequence,… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 3 owing to — is an acceptable, idiomatically correct phrase meaning because of or attributable to : Owing to the lateness of the bus, we were unable to make connection with the train. As with due to, avoid adding the fact that to owing to. See also due to …

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  • 4 owing — [ˈəuıŋ US ˈou ] adj [not before noun] especially BrE if money is owing, it has not yet been paid to the person who should receive it →↑outstanding ▪ You need to pay the amount owing, plus the interest …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 5 owing to — preposition because of something: Flights from Boston were canceled owing to bad weather. Owing to the rising cost of fuel, more people are using public transport …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 6 owing — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ yet to be paid or supplied. ● owing to Cf. ↑owing to …

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  • 7 owing — [ō′iŋ] adj. [ME owynge] 1. that owes 2. due; unpaid [ten dollars owing on a bill] owing to because of; as a result of …

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  • 8 owing to — ► owing to because of or on account of. Main Entry: ↑owing …

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  • 9 owing — index accountable (responsible), delinquent (overdue), due (owed), indebted, outstanding (unpaid …

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  • 10 owing to — the severity of the weather, tonight s concert will be postponed until next Tuesday Syn: because of, as a result of, on account of, due to, as a consequence of, thanks to, in view of, by dint of; formal by reason of …

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  • 11 owing to — see due to 2 …

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  • 12 owing — [adj] unpaid attributable, comeuppance, due, in debt, mature, matured, outstanding, overdue, owed, payable, unsettled; concept 334 Ant. paid, resolved, settled …

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  • 13 owing to — [preposition] because of, as a result of, on account of * * * BECAUSE OF, as a result of, on account of, due to, as a consequence of, thanks to, in view of; formal by reason of. → owing * * * preposition : because of impassable by cars owing to… …

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  • 14 owing to — ow|ing to prep formal because of something ▪ Owing to a lack of funds, the project will not continue next year. ▪ Flight BA213 has been delayed owing to fog. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ WORD CHOICE:owing to, due to, because of, thanks to Owing to and due to are… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 15 owing — adjective 1 (not before noun) especially BrE if money is owing, it has not yet been paid to the person who should receive it: There s still over 100 owing to the bank. 2 owing to because of: Owing to a lack of funds, the project will not continue …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 16 owing to — UK / US preposition Collocations: Both owing to and due to mean because of . They are used in exactly the same way, except that due to can be used after the verb to be : Their failure was due to a lack of care and attention (not: was owing to).… …

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  • 17 owing — /oh ing/, adj. 1. owed, unpaid, or due for payment: to pay what is owing. 2. owing to, because of; as a result of: Owing to a mistake in the payroll department, some of us were issued incorrect checks. [1325 75; ME; see OWE, ING2] * * * …

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  • 18 owing — predic.adj. 1 owed; yet to be paid (the balance owing). 2 (foll. by to) a caused by; attributable to (the cancellation was owing to ill health). b (as prep.) because of (trains are delayed owing to bad weather) …

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  • 19 owing — adj. owing to * * * [ əʊɪŋ] owing to …

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  • 20 owing — adjective the rent was owing owing to Syn: unpaid, to be paid, payable, due, past due, overdue, undischarged, owed, outstanding, in arrears, delinquent Ant: paid …

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