Deferring [verb]

Definition of Deferring:

hold off, put off

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Sentence/Example of Deferring:

In an email, a Washington County spokesperson deferred questions to the event organizers.

Most of this would mean adjusting creative and deferring short-term spend, but few were overtly canceling their fourth-quarter plans.

Roberts is skeptical of federal judges intervening in those decisions, but defers when state courts and election boards step in.

The initiative deferred to future city leaders to dictate how the roughly $2 billion it projected to pull in for homelessness would be spent.

Determine the daily or weekly threshold at which you begin producing diminishing returns, and ask your boss for help setting priorities on what you can defer and what you should focus on before you hit that threshold.

Meanwhile, advertisers like General Mills and Taco Bell that had committed to spend $150 million on Quibi in its first year had reportedly asked to defer their payments because of the platform’s low viewership.

They’re happy to mix it up with people, and defer to human supremacy on sidewalks, in bike lanes, and on streets.

Loans have been deferred, and royal cash grants have been made to people who have been furloughed or laid off.

She even deferred when asked about the Supreme Court’s power related to the president.

Instead the response has been to defer to tech companies to do more.