depositary[dē päz′ə ter′ē, di-]
depositary definition by Webster's New World
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noun pl. depositaries
- a person, firm, etc. entrusted with something for safekeeping; trustee
- a storehouse; depository
Origin: Late Latin depositarius ; from Classical Latin depositum: see deposit
depositary definition by American Heritage Dictionary
noun pl. de·pos·i·tar·ies
- One entrusted with something for preservation or safekeeping.
- A depository.