Definition of 'chequebook'
Example sentences containing 'chequebook'
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Will he open his chequebook for a pair of new centre backs? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Managers must tire of being told to get their chequebook out. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Can he convince them to work together before a visit from the man with the big chequebook? The Sun (2013)But there is one inescapable problem with chequebook journalism. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He was already in football utopia and did not need a blank chequebook to lure him away. The Sun (2012)The big energy companies may think the government is offering them an open chequebook. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Getting his chequebook out in the transfer window. Times, Sunday Times (2006)None of this will stop managers urging their superiors to open the chequebook. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He has now opened his chequebook wider still. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The moment when he pulled out his chequebook and waved it at the MPs? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Don't expect him to wave his chequebook any time soon. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There were a stack of clubs looking at Benjani but slow to get out the chequebook. The Sun (2006)Yet the demands for Britain to open its chequebook more generously persist. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Sounds like it's not worth asking him to open his chequebook. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In the popular imagination, all it takes is a wave of a chequebook and a deal is done. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Over the past few years, there have been few large oil discoveries to boost share prices and persuade companies to open their chequebook. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Let's hope C4 has got a big chequebook! The Sun (2009)Back then, he had a relatively big chequebook compared to most other Premiership clubs. The Sun (2008)Please get the chequebook out, Arsène. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Any manager can go out and buy a player for 20 million if they've got an open chequebook. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Get out the chequebook. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Does this mean that I won't have to change my chequebook or debit card? Times, Sunday Times (2010)TIME to get the chequebook out, Sparky. The Sun (2012)So do us all a favour, get out your chequebook and help keep the manufacturers of the planet's most exotic metal in business. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'chequebook'
British English: chequebook /ˈtʃɛkˌbʊk/ NOUN
A chequebook is a book containing detachable blank cheques, issued by a bank or building society to holders of cheque accounts.
He took out his chequebook and wrote a cheque.
- American English: checkbook
- Arabic: دَفْتَر الشِيكات
- Brazilian Portuguese: talão de cheques
- Chinese: 支票簿
- Croatian: čekovna knjižica
- Czech: šeková knížka
- Danish: checkhæfte
- Dutch: chequeboekje
- European Spanish: talonario de cheques cheque
- Finnish: sekkivihko
- French: carnet de chèques
- German: Scheckheft
- Greek: μπλοκ επιταγών
- Italian: libretto degli assegni
- Japanese: 小切手帳
- Korean: 수표장
- Norwegian: sjekkhefte
- Polish: książeczka czekowa
- European Portuguese: livro de cheques
- Romanian: carnet de cecuri
- Russian: чековая книжка
- Spanish: talonario de cheques
- Swedish: checkhäfte
- Thai: สมุดเช็ค
- Turkish: çek defteri
- Ukrainian: чекова книжка
- Vietnamese: tập séc
Definition of chequebook from the Collins English Dictionary
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