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coupon

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈkuːpɒn/
COMMERCE a piece of paper or card that customers can use to buy goods and services at a lower price, or to get them free: This week shoppers can use discount coupons to get money off gasoline.cut out/clip a coupon Clip this coupon for $10 off your next purchase. money-saving/money-off coupons
( also coupon rate) FINANCE the rate of interest that is paid on a bond: The bonds have a coupon of 6.25 per cent. a high-coupon/low-coupon bond
FINANCE a part of a printed bond that can be separated from it when the bond's owner wants to be paid interest by the issuer (= organization from which it was bought): The Securities of this series are issuable only in registered form without coupons in denominations of $1,000.
→  See also international reply coupon , zero coupon bond
Translations of “coupon”
in Korean 쿠폰…
in Arabic كوبون, قَسيمة…
in French coupon, fiche de pari…
in Turkish alışveriş kuponu, gazete kuponu…
in Italian buono, tagliando…
in Chinese (Traditional) 禮券, 贈券, 優惠券…
in Russian купон, бланк…
in Polish kupon, talon…
in Spanish cupón, boleto…
in Portuguese cupom, vale…
in German der Gutschein, der Schein…
in Catalan val de descompte…
in Japanese 割引券…
in Chinese (Simplified) 礼券, 赠券, 优惠券…
(Definition of coupon from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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