Definition of 'postal order'
Example sentences containing 'postal order'
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Whilst he was alive, I sent him a postal order every month which he never acknowledged. GYPSY MASALA (2004)He must've known Juliette already because of a postal order for fifty francs. WHITE LIES (2004)
Translations for 'postal order'
British English: postal order /ˈpəʊstəl ˈɔːdə/ NOUN
A postal order is a piece of paper representing a sum of money which you can buy at a post office and send to someone as a way of sending them money by post.
- American English: postal money order
- Arabic: حِوَالَةٌ مَالِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: vale postal
- Chinese: 汇票
- Croatian: poštanska narudžba
- Czech: poštovní poukázka
- Danish: postordre
- Dutch: postorder
- European Spanish: giro postal
- Finnish: postiosoitus
- French: mandat
- German: Postanweisung
- Greek: ταχυδρομική επιταγή
- Italian: vaglia postale
- Japanese: 郵便為替
- Korean: 우편환
- Norwegian: postanvisning
- Polish: przekaz pocztowy
- European Portuguese: vale postal
- Romanian: mandat poștal
- Russian: почтовый перевод
- Spanish: giro postal
- Swedish: postanvisning
- Thai: ไปรษณีย์ธนาณัติ
- Turkish: posta havalesi
- Ukrainian: поштовий переказ
- Vietnamese: ngân séc bưu điện
Definition of postal order from the Collins English Dictionary
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