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o·ver·draft

 (ō′vər-drăft′)
n.
1.
a. The act of overdrawing a bank account.
b. Abbr. OD or o/d The amount overdrawn.
c. The maximum amount of credit extended to a customer.
2. also o·ver·draught (-drăft′)
a. A current of air made to pass over the ignited fuel in a furnace.
b. A series of flues in a brick kiln designed to force air down from the top.
c. The air so forced.

overdraft

(ˈəʊvəˌdrɑːft)
n
1. (Banking & Finance) a draft or withdrawal of money in excess of the credit balance on a bank or building-society cheque account
2. (Banking & Finance) the amount of money drawn or withdrawn thus

o•ver•draft

(ˈoʊ vərˌdræft, -ˌdrɑft)

n.
1. an act of overdrawing a checking account.
2. a check overdrawn on an account.
3. the amount overdrawn.
4. an excessive drawing on or drawing off of something.
5. a draft made to pass over a fire.
[1875–80]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.overdraft - a draft in excess of the credit balance
bill of exchange, draft, order of payment - a document ordering the payment of money; drawn by one person or bank on another
Translations
سَحْب زائِد من البَنْكسَحْبٌ على الـمَكْشُوف
přečerpání účtu
overtræk
tilinylitysluottoraja
prekoračenje bankovnog pologa
hiteltúllépés
yfirdráttur
当座借越し
당좌 대월
pereikvojimasperviršijimas
kredīta pārtēriņš
čiastka presahujúca bankové konto
övertrassering
จำนวนเงินที่เป็นหนี้ธนาคาร
fazla para çekmehesaptan fazla çekilen miktar
số tiền chi trội

overdraft

[ˈəʊvədrɑːft]
A. N (Fin) → sobregiro m, giro m en descubierto; (on account) → saldo m deudor
to have an overdrafttener la cuenta en descubierto
B. CPD overdraft charges NPLcargos mpl por descubierto
overdraft facility Ncrédito m al descubierto
overdraft limit Nlímite m del descubierto

overdraft

[ˈəʊvərdrɑːft] ndécouvert m
a £6000 overdraft → un découvert de 6 000 livres
to have an overdraft → avoir un découvert
to repay an overdraft → rembourser un découvert

overdraft

[ˈəʊvəˌdrɑːft] n (Fin) → scoperto (di conto)
to have an overdraft at the bank → avere il conto scoperto

overdraft

(ˈəuvədraːft) noun
the amount of money by which a bank account is overdrawn. a large overdraft.

overdraft

سَحْبٌ على الـمَكْشُوف přečerpání účtu overtræk Kontoüberziehung υπέρβαση πιστωτικού ορίου descubierto tilinylitys découvert prekoračenje bankovnog pologa scoperto 当座借越し 당좌 대월 overdispositie overtrekk przekroczenie konta saldo negativo овердрафт övertrassering จำนวนเงินที่เป็นหนี้ธนาคาร fazla para çekme số tiền chi trội 透支
References in classic literature ?
She says she'll have to ask for an overdraft as it is.
District Court in California, alleges that because the credit union didn't put the actual dollar amount of its overdraft fees on member opt-in forms, the forms don't constitute proper consent and the fees assessed should therefore go back to members.
State Bank of India (NSE: SBI) has announced that it has launched an overdraft facility that may be available online.
Customers do not get charged by more than they go over their authorised overdraft limit by, so for example if they only dip into an unauthorised overdraft by PS15, this is the maximum that they will be charged for doing so, even if the customer remains over this limit for more than three days.
Alternatively for a potentially larger 0% overdraft there's the nationwide.
This is a good option if you've a bigger overdraft and will need more than a year to repay it.
True, but in an emergency, access the overdraft you've paid off again.
Ian Williams, director of communications at thinkmoney, said: "Slipping into overdraft territory is a common fear - and the charges soon mount up, especially for those who don't have an authorised overdraft.
There are banks who offer free authorised overdraft facilities - First Direct give a PS250 interest-free overdraft, Santander a fee-free overdraft for four months and Nationwide for three months.
These customer numbers are thought to be in the low millions but not all use their overdraft.
WASHINGTON, June 11, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A report issued today by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau underscores the need for new reforms to protect consumers from unfair checking account overdraft programs, according to Consumers Union, the policy and advocacy arm of Consumer Reports.
Nearly 70,000 turned to the Consumer Credit Counselling Service for help with overdraft debt in the first half of the year, showing just how many fall into the trap.