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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
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