Definition of 'cheque'
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You can receive the money only in the form of a cheque. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She used her first pay cheque to repay them for her school fees. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The young actor has been told he can basically write his own cheque. The Sun (2010)Just make the cheques payable to me. The Sun (2011)It surprises me how often people forget to bank cheques. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He always said that he loved the man who provided his pay cheques. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Let him write his own cheques to his favourite charities. The Sun (2013)But then it said it would not be transferring the money as the cheque had already been cashed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Consumers who pay by cheque are increasingly seen as more of a credit risk than those who use plastic. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Thankfully my brother has made some progress and has been able to write a cheque to pay off his credit bill. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Most providers transfer money using cheques. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Unlike a current account, cheques cannot generally be drawn against deposit accounts. Collins Dictionary of Economics (1993)Your father can also bank the 300 cheque he is holding. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She banks a 10,000 cheque for herself instead of paying it into the business account. The Sun (2011)Good of you to resist the temptation to pay in the cheques - thousands would not have. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It also means persuading them to open primary current accounts, those receiving the main monthly pay cheque. Times, Sunday Times (2012)If you apply by post and miss out, your cheque and form will be returned to you. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I hope your mother paid the cheque into an account and enjoyed the proceeds. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The only requirement is for applicants to have a job which pays a salary into a bank account with a cheque book or debit card. The Sun (2008)In the latter case, money may be withdrawn in cash by a person or company writing out a cheque payable to themselves. Collins Dictionary of Economics (1993)She appeared on TV last year waving a cheque for the sum from her own account. The Sun (2010)The total dividend cheque amounts to 1.6 million, underlining the volume of cash being thrown off by the business. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Please make cheques payable to DVD Offer. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'cheque'
British English: cheque /tʃɛk/ NOUN
A cheque is a printed form on which you write an amount of money and say who it is to be paid to. Your bank then pays the money to that person from your account.
He wrote them a cheque.
- American English: check money
- Arabic: شِيك
- Brazilian Portuguese: cheque
- Chinese: 支票
- Croatian: ček
- Czech: šek
- Danish: check
- Dutch: cheque
- European Spanish: cheque
- Finnish: sekki
- French: chèque
- German: Scheck
- Greek: επιταγή
- Italian: assegno
- Japanese: 小切手
- Korean: 수표
- Norwegian: sjekk betalingsmiddel
- Polish: czek
- European Portuguese: cheque
- Romanian: cec
- Russian: чек
- Spanish: cheque
- Swedish: check betalningsmedel
- Thai: ใบสั่งจ่ายเช็ค
- Turkish: çek
- Ukrainian: чек
- Vietnamese: séc
Definition of cheque from the Collins English Dictionary
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