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debit

noun /ˈdebit/
an entry on the side of an account which records what is owed
débito
His debits outnumbered his credits.
debit card noun a plastic card supplied by your bank which you can use to pay for things. At the time of payment, the money is taken directly from your bank account
Tarjeta Debito
Is it OK if I pay for this with my debit card?
Translations of “debit”
in Arabic دَين…
in Korean 인출액…
in Malaysian catatan akaun hutang…
in French débit…
in Turkish hesaptan çekilen para…
in Italian addebito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 借項…
in Russian дебет…
in Polish wypłata, debet…
in Vietnamese sự ghi nợ…
in Portuguese débito…
in Thai รายการของเงินที่ถูกหักจากบัญชี…
in German die Belastung…
in Catalan càrrec, dèbit…
in Japanese (お金の)引落とし…
in Indonesian debet…
in Chinese (Simplified) 借项, 借记…
(Definition of debit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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