chequebook


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chequebook

(ˈtʃɛkˌbʊk) or

checkbook

n
(Banking & Finance) a book containing detachable blank cheques and issued by a bank or building society to holders of cheque accounts
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.chequebook - a book issued to holders of checking accountschequebook - a book issued to holders of checking accounts
blank cheque, blank check - a check that has been signed but with the amount payable left blank
record - a document that can serve as legal evidence of a transaction; "they could find no record of the purchase"
Translations
šeková knížka
checkhæfte
sekkivihko
čekovna knjižica
小切手帳
수표장
checkhäfte
สมุดเช็ค
tập séc

chequebook

checkbook (US) [ˈtʃekbʊk] Ntalonario m de cheques, chequera f (LAm)
chequebook journalismperiodismo m a golpe de talonario

chequebook

, (US) checkbook
nScheckheft nt, → Scheckbuch nt; chequebook journalismScheckbuchjournalismus m

chequebook

checkbook (Am) [ˈtʃɛkˌbʊk] nlibretto degli assegni

chequebook

دَفْتَر الشِيكات šeková knížka checkhæfte Scheckheft μπλοκ επιταγών talonario de cheques sekkivihko carnet de chèques čekovna knjižica libretto degli assegni 小切手帳 수표장 chequeboekje sjekkhefte książeczka czekowa livro de cheques, talão de cheques чековая книжка checkhäfte สมุดเช็ค çek defteri tập séc 支票簿
References in classic literature ?
"Well," said Anthony, reaching for his chequebook, "it was a good bilin' of soap.
As soon as the man entered, Dorian pulled his chequebook out of a drawer and spread it out before him.
The firm said that it would not charge fees for monthly maintenance, chequebook orders, replacement debit cards, insufficient funds, excessive withdrawals, falling below minimum balances and stop-payment requests.
The CBUAE has also instructed banks to issue chequebook containing not more than 10 cheque leaves to new customers.
The second account belonged to a male doctor, who had a very easy to fake specimen signature; she issued an unauthorized chequebook for twenty-five leaves, in addition to already issued chequebook to the customer, and kept it in her own custody for future misuse.
'The accused also stole the complainant's handbag which contained N75, 000, a chequebook and her vehicle particulars,'' he said.
Ahli Bank (Ahlibank) has announced that it is one of the first banks in Qatar to implement Qatar Central Bank's (QCB) new regulations relating to new chequebook design and printing.
Online Opinions said: "Technology has made the travellers' cheque, postal order and chequebook obsolete for many but at least some of our older generation are not giving them up just yet."
She lost her chequebook in May 2016 and that cheque was part of that lost chequebook.
NISSAN must have been given "very strong assurances" on access to the single market before boosting its UK car production, former prime minister Tony Blair has insisted as the Government said it did not wave a chequebook at the giant multi-national.
You, on the other hand, so far in your career have been in possession of something even more telling than an engaging manner: the chequebook. When one person holds the chequebook and the other person doesn't, true partner- ship is impossible.
She cleaned his home which was in a "shambolic" state, and during it she found his chequebook.