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coupon

noun /ˈkuːpon/
a piece of paper etc giving one the right to something, eg a gift or discount price
cupón
This coupon gives 50 cents off your next purchase.
a betting form for the football pools.
boleto
Translations of “coupon”
in Korean 쿠폰…
in Arabic كوبون, قَسيمة…
in French coupon, fiche de pari…
in Italian buono, tagliando…
in Chinese (Traditional) 禮券, 贈券, 優惠券…
in Russian купон, бланк…
in Turkish alışveriş kuponu, gazete kuponu…
in Polish kupon, talon…
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 Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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