Eurocheque


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eurocheque

(ˈjʊərəʊˌtʃɛk)
n
(Banking & Finance) (sometimes capital) a cheque drawn on a European bank that can be cashed at any bank or bureau de change displaying the EC sign or that can be used to pay for goods or services at any outlet displaying this sign
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Translations

Eurocheque

[ˈjʊərəʊtʃek]
A. Neurocheque m
B. CPD Eurocheque card Ntarjeta f de eurocheque
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Eurocheque

[ˈjʊərəəʊtʃɛk] nEurochèque mEurocheque card ncarte f Eurochèque
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Eurocheque

, (US) Eurocheck
nEuroscheck m
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Eurocheque

[ˈjʊərəʊˌtʃɛk] neurochèque m inv
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Given this framework, the chapters (split in three parts) challenge twentieth-century European infrastructural programs, just like European-African networks, the role of infrastructural maps and the role of transport and communication systems in wider European integration, such as the role of the League of Nations, the post-World War II perishable food transport system, the Eurocheque development, the mobile phone standard, broadcasting in Europe, the role of Rhine and Rhone and, finally, civil aviation before the Great War.
However, the rules can also be determined by a scheme, as was the case with the Eurocheque, for example.
The only thing needed for entry and exit into the chosen car park at Dusseldorf airport is the Eurocheque card or credit card which was already used for the online reservation.
Now the only thing needed to enter and leave your chosen car park is a Eurocheque card or credit card which was used to make the online reservation."
Sal: No they acted as our sales agent, they had a relationship with the Eurocheque people so they made the sales calls.
This is generally the case for countries forming part of the Eurocheque system (Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium, etc), whose currency is not pre-printed on the cheque.POS equipment.Most banks (53%) have already written to their retail customers to alert them to the need to adapt POS equipment they own.
Elsewhere, including some shops and hotels, Eurocheque's, traveller cheques and cash can be changed with little fuss, but technically the Morocco Dirham is still subject to currency controls and receipts should be kept to change any unspent cash.
Europay operates the Eurocard-MasterCard, Maestro, Cirrus and eurocheque payment systems, all offering the euro option from January 1.
This service is available only through the ACM European Service Center and is valid only for bank check and Eurocheque orders.
The reason suggested for this predominance was ABNH having exclusive supply contracts for Visa, MasterCard and Eurocheque.
"In my bag I had my diary, my driving licence, a Eurocheque book and card, my wallet, my keys, my own business card, an ordinary cheque book, my company cheque book, some receipts, my halimmed glasses, an asthma inhaler, my motor club membership card, some pictures of racing cars from a friend in Holland and six Barclays Bank pens.