Definition of 'token'
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Then attach your tokens to the form below. The Sun (2016)As with token money, so with token gestures. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Then attach TEN differently numbered tokens to the form printed yesterday and send to the address provided. The Sun (2016)Simply fix TEN differently numbered tokens to the form we printed yesterday and send to the address provided. The Sun (2016)When you have completed all the details on the booking form, attach your TEN tokens. The Sun (2017)To book, send TEN tokens along with your booking form. The Sun (2017)Nobody should want to be a token woman. The Sun (2013)We presented both our guests with token gifts of appreciation. Paul VI - The First Modern Pope (1993)Some suppliers may announce a token cut but most will want to maintain the status quo. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The fifth token and voucher can be found below. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Or give them a token for something of their choosing. Times, Sunday Times (2011)You just need ten differently numbered tokens. The Sun (2009)To enter you need eight different tokens attached to the form we printed yesterday. The Sun (2011)Surely some token of appreciation for his civic efforts would soon be forthcoming. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Here is another token to help your local school collect superb free books. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Use your tokens with the booking form online. The Sun (2015)Your four tokens and voucher are enough for up to four people to eat out together. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There can be only one token used per transaction. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Send me away with a small token of your kindness. THE WOLF AND THE DOVEIt might be just a token gesture. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We will also print a voucher to which you can attach your tokens. The Sun (2012)You can download a voucher and a bonus token too. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They need a little something to cheer them up, a token of goodwill and friendship. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Today's token is provided right. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They had to have a token woman in one of the top jobs, and she was the best of an unimpressive bunch. Times, Sunday Times (2016)All you need to treat yourself to a great holiday are TEN tokens from those we print. The Sun (2015)All you have to do is collect TEN differently numbered tokens. The Sun (2011)Users pay for gas and electricity in advance by topping up cards or buying tokens, but they are unable to access the best tariffs. The Sun (2015)I don't want to see any green vouchers that act like a token economy system for the sane. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'token'
British English: token /ˈtəʊkən/ NOUN
A token is a piece of paper, plastic, or metal which can be used instead of money.
...a book token.
- American English: token
- Arabic: قَسِيمَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: ficha sinal de sentimento
- Chinese: 代币
- Croatian: znamen
- Czech: žeton
- Danish: tegn
- Dutch: fiche
- European Spanish: vale indicación
- Finnish: merkki
- French: gage
- German: Zeichen
- Greek: τεκμήριο
- Italian: buono
- Japanese: しるし 現れ
- Korean: 표시
- Norwegian: oblat
- Polish: żeton
- European Portuguese: ficha
- Romanian: jeton
- Russian: жетон
- Spanish: vale indicio o muestra inmaterial de algo
- Swedish: pollett
- Thai: สิ่งที่ใช้เป็นสัญลักษณ์
- Turkish: nişan belirti
- Ukrainian: жетон
- Vietnamese: biên lai, phiếu, thẻ đổi hàng
British English: token ADJECTIVE
You use token to describe things or actions which are small or unimportant but are meant to show particular intentions or feelings which may not be sincere.
The announcement was welcomed as a step in the right direction, but was widely seen as a token gesture.
Definition of token from the Collins English Dictionary
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