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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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In2 005, Kyrgyzstan received 450 refugees from Andizhan region of Uzbekistan, who were then settled down in third countries.
These two sleepers then awoke, and prayed, and settled down to sleep again.
At unused spots, the researchers set fake damselflies made of paperclips and clay and observed that real insects settled down next to them for the night.
00 on substantially higher than average volume, before it settled down to a closing price of $1.
He's settled down, he's happy, he's focused on his football and he has come through a lot,'' he added.
He added: "We have just got to get him settled down and help him with some of the off-the-field antics.
We were a bit nervous to start but we settled down well in the second half," said Riley after Pontypridd trailed 10-3 in 24 minutes.
It took five games, a blown opportunity and a forgetful collapse, but the Granada Hills boys' volleyball team finally settled down against West Valley League foe Chatsworth.
Most of my friends have settled down now and it just happened that I hadn't met anybody for a couple of years.