Postponed or delayed: deferred gratification; deferred military draft. (adjective)
Withheld until a future date: deferred benefits; a deferred payment. (adjective)
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Use "deferred" in a sentence
"And I want to emphasize, Larry, if I might this is what they call a deferred emergency and I believe someone said it a few minutes ago, you know."
"Short term deferred values increased to $192.5 million up 25% year-over-year."
"The FHFA, in consultation with the Treasury Department, approved pay packages that allow for long-term deferred compensation and bonus pay valued at millions in cash."