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drawer

noun [C]
 
 
/drɔːr/
BANKING the person who writes a cheque telling their bank to pay an amount of money to someone: Where a cheque was dishonoured, the payee had an immediate right of recourse against the drawer of the cheque.
FINANCE, COMMERCE the person who writes a bill of exchange telling someone to pay an amount of money at a stated time: You must state the name of the drawer of the bill - the exporter - followed by the amount in words specifying clearly the currency of the bill.
→  Compare payee →  See also refer to drawer
Translations of “drawer”
in Korean 서랍…
in Arabic دُرْج…
in French tiroir…
in Turkish çekmece…
in Italian cassetto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 傢俱, 抽屜…
in Russian выдвижной ящик…
in Polish szuflada…
in Spanish cajón…
in Portuguese gaveta…
in German die Schublade…
in Catalan calaix…
in Japanese ひきだし…
in Chinese (Simplified) 家具, 抽屉…
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