recurring re‧cur‧ring [rɪˈkɜːrɪŋ] adjective [only before a noun] ACCOUNTING FINANCE
recurring amounts of money keep on being earned or spent, rather than just being earned or spent once:

• a 35.7% increase in recurring revenues

• They had been able to recover only 10% of their set-up costs and 28% of their recurring costs.

— compare non-recurring

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recurring UK US /rɪˈkɜːrɪŋ/ adjective
FINANCE, ACCOUNTING happening or being done, paid, etc. regularly, rather than on only one occasion: recurring revenues/costs/expenses »

The company returned to growth last year with recurring revenues up 1.7% in the fourth quarter.


Borrowing a large amount of money to pay recurring expenses is a clear sign of severe budget problems.


The table reflects both charges paid directly by a shareholder out of his or her investment and recurring charges deducted from fund assets.


The direct debit of a credit card on a recurring basis is for a merchant and an ideal solution for customers.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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