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English definition of “dishonour”
dishonour UK (US dishonor)
/dɪˈsɒnər/ verb [T]
› BANKING if a bank dishonours a cheque, it refuses to pay it because there is not enough money in the account of the person who has written the cheque: The Bank of Australia reversed its decision to raise fees for dishonored checks.
› FINANCE to refuse to accept or pay a bill of exchange
› formal to refuse to do something that you previously agreed to do: The government has been accused of dishonouring its pledge to upgrade London's underground network.