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Meaning of “coupon” - Learner’s Dictionary

coupon

noun [C]     /ˈkuːpɒn/
CHEAP PRICE
a piece of printed paper that you can use to buy something at a cheaper price or to get something free: Collect 10 coupons to get a free meal.Value and price decreases
FORM
a printed form in a magazine or newspaper, that you use to send for information, enter a competition, etcAdvertising, marketing and merchandisingRetailing
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