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bank draftnoun [C]

uk   us   BANKING
(UK also banker's draft) →  bank cheque
US (also direct debit) an ​instruction to your ​bank for them to ​allow someone else to take ​money from your ​account: Every month her ​mortgage is ​paidautomatically by ​bankdraft.
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