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uncleared effectsnoun [plural]

uk   us   BANKING
cheques, etc. that a customer has put into their bank account but for which their bank has not yet received payment from the banks of the people who wrote them: The bank expressly reserved the right to postpone payment of cheques drawn against uncleared effects.
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