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English definition of “cheque card”

cheque card

noun [C] UK ( US check card)
 
 
(also cheque guarantee card, also banker's card)
BANKING in the UK, a plastic card you show when you are paying for something by cheque to prove that your bank will pay the cheque. A debit card can be used for the same purpose.
→ Compare bank card, credit card, debit card
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