amortise
verb
  1. to repay a loan by regular payments, most of which pay off the interest on the loan at first, and then reduce the principal as the repayment period progresses

    Example

    The capital cost is amortised over five years.

  2. to depreciate or to write down the capital value of an asset over a period of time in a company's accounts

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