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blank cheque

noun [C, usually singular]
 
 
UK ( US blank check)
FINANCE a very large amount of money given to a person or organization to spend, or permission to spend a very large amount of money: The board has not given me a blank cheque, but enough to really become a big player.blank cheque to do sth Banks do not want to give children the impression that they have a blank cheque to spend as much as they please.
BANKING a cheque that someone has signed but does not have an amount of money written on it: It is not a good idea to send blank cheques in the mail.
Translations of “blank cheque”
in Chinese (Traditional) 空白支票…
in Russian незаполненный чек…
in Turkish açık çek, bone, senet…
in Chinese (Simplified) 空白支票…
in Polish czek in blanco…
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