Definition of 'prepaid'
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It also offers prepaid credit cards and business accounts, and processes withdrawals from cash machines. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's this savvy mentality that has led to the rise in popularity of prepaid currency cards. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The benefits of prepaid cards do not stop at payroll. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Forms of debit and prepaid payments cards are already common. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Businesses are realising prepaid cards are an ideal solution for payroll and expenses. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The watchers also found packaging for two prepaid phone cards. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Experts say that prepaid cards provide much cheaper fees than credit cards and allow holidaymakers to avoid paying exchange fees. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Then hand the money over in a lump sum, perhaps as a prepaid debit card. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Avoid getting stung by hidden fees when spending on your credit or debit card overseas by opting for a prepaid currency card instead. The Sun (2014)As an alternative to credit or debit cards, you may want to consider a prepaid card. The Sun (2015)Under the scheme, drivers would have electronic tags fitted to their cars and set up prepaid accounts. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A prepaid currency card is an increasingly popular way to spend money abroad. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You can buy prepaid SIM cards from most mobile firms. The Sun (2008)Families can cut the cost of spending abroad by using credit cards that promise to levy no fees, or opting for a prepaid card. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The loyalty card would double as a prepaid debit card in a tie-up with Visa. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Use prepaid phones, internet cafés, and pay for flights in cash. Times, Sunday Times (2009)If you accept the offer, you are sent prepaid padded envelopes to send in your CDs. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You could also either apply for a prepaid card designed to improve your credit rating, or for a credit card aimed at those with debt problems. The Sun (2014)But a better option might be to look at prepaid currency cards, so you don't have to switch your current account. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Like a pay-as-you-go mobile phone, a prepaid card can be topped up and when you use it there are no overdrafts or hefty bank charges. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A prepaid card looks like any normal credit or debit card, with a card number, chip and signature strip. Times, Sunday Times (2008)As a result, increasing numbers of people are turning to prepaid cards to shop online, reducing the need to give their bank details over the internet. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'prepaid'
British English: prepaid /priːˈpeɪd/ ADJECTIVE
Prepaid items are paid for in advance, before the time when you would normally pay for them.
Return the enclosed Donation Form today in the prepaid envelope provided.
- American English: prepaid
- Arabic: مَدْفُوعٌ مُسْبَقَاً
- Brazilian Portuguese: pré-pago
- Chinese: 已支付的
- Croatian: plaćen unaprijed
- Czech: předplacený
- Danish: forudbetalt
- Dutch: vooruitbetaald
- European Spanish: pagado por adelantado
- Finnish: ennakkoon maksettu
- French: prépayé
- German: vorausbezahlt
- Greek: προπληρωμένος
- Italian: prepagato
- Japanese: プリペイドの
- Korean: 선불한
- Norwegian: forhåndsbetalt
- Polish: opłacony z góry
- European Portuguese: pré-pago
- Romanian: francat
- Russian: предоплаченный
- Spanish: pagado por adelantado
- Swedish: förbetald
- Thai: จ่ายล่วงหน้า
- Turkish: önceden ödenmiş
- Ukrainian: передплачений
- Vietnamese: trả trước
Definition of prepaid from the Collins English Dictionary
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