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  1. joenuts's Avatar
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    #1

    deposit with?

    Do we use 'deposit with' before a person?

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    #2

    Re: deposit with?

    Quote Originally Posted by joenuts
    Do we use 'deposit with' before a person?
    It depends on the context, as you can say deposit for. Deposit with is to leave something with the person (or organisation). Deposit for is when you leave something somewhere for/on behalf of a person. You can also use other prepositions depending on the context.

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    Re: deposit with?

    Thanks. I just wanted to be sure that 'deposit with (a person)' is acceptable.

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    Re: deposit with?

    A more informal verb is leave something with someone.

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