banker's draft

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Noun1.banker's draft - a draft drawn by a bank against funds deposited in another bankbanker's draft - a draft drawn by a bank against funds deposited in another bank
bill of exchange, draft, order of payment - a document ordering the payment of money; drawn by one person or bank on another
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I send, in case such may make matters easy for you, a banker's draft for 200 pounds.
Then came silver and gold coinage, post war, paper money, copper and nickel steel coins, then cheques and banker's drafts.
Banker's drafts or a building society cheque can be stolen or altered like any other cheque.
He gave her three banker's drafts for a total of pounds 30,000, a bundle of cash, as well as the keys to his car and several signed blank cheques.
When he arrived at the property, the court heard, Landry gave his new partner three banker's drafts for a total of pounds 30,000, a bundle of cash, as well as the keys to his car and several signed blank cheques.
There's no chance of tracing the benefactor as the donations are banker's drafts, which can be exchanged for cash.
He was linked to five banker's drafts said to be deposits for the properties.