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Settlement

The process in which a buyer makes payment and receives the agreed-upon good or service. This term is used on exchanges to indicate when a security actually changes hands, which often occurs several days after a trade is made. See also: Clearance.

settle

To complete a securities transaction.
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Around half of Tajikistanis returned to their home country, another half settled down in Kyrgyzstan.
Portumna Galway lost those players for most of going so well in the club Championship means Galway lost those players for most of the League and although they got to a league semi-final, maybe they've not settled down just yet.
15, SPA -- Pilgrims settled down this evening in the holy site of Mozdalifah after they were blessed with standing on Arafat.
He told me that I would never get anywhere spiritually unless I settled down.
I had 31 years in a relationship and I don't want to be settled down now," The Daily Express quoted Jo as saying.
The bear settled down in one of the back yards and appeared to be taking it easy, said neighbors and firefighters, who notified the California Department of Fish and Game and the city Animal Services Department.
After weeks or months at sea, the little fish, in theory, just drifted into some reef and settled down.
About 10 years ago, [West] Lawrence Avenue, [which people have often] called Seoul Avenue, was the primary location where [immigrant] Korean Americans settled down.
They haven't settled down just because their old foe is gone.
These two sleepers then awoke, and prayed, and settled down to sleep again.
But the copper base segment of the foundry industry has settled down.
00 on substantially higher than average volume, before it settled down to a closing price of $1.