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
Translations

Eurocheque

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

Eurocheque

[ˈjʊərəəʊtʃɛk] nEurochèque mEurocheque card ncarte f Eurochèque

Eurocheque

, (US) Eurocheck
nEuroscheck m

Eurocheque

[ˈjʊərəʊˌtʃɛk] neurochèque m inv
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Granted, it was back in the 1980s that I arrived in Hungary with out-dated Eurocheques obtained from my bank.
I think Travellers' Cheques have had their day - a bit like the old Eurocheques (remember them?
Banks are to scrap the guarantee for Eurocheques by 1 January 2002 which means that one of the easiest ways to make cross-border payments is to disappear.
You'll be able to pay cash in old currencies and make purchases in euros using credit and debit cards,and Eurocheques.
There are Eurocheques too but the annual fee - typically pounds 4 - and transaction charges - 28p to 35p per cheque - make them expensive unless you travel to Europe more than twice a year.
For Western Europe, you can get Eurocheques from your bank and simply write them in the local currency.