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Meaning of “gift token/voucher” - Learner’s Dictionary

gift token/voucher

noun [C]   UK ( US gift certificate, gift card)
a card with an amount of money printed on it that you exchange in a shop for goods that cost that amount of money: a £20 gift voucherForms of money and methods of paymentGifts in the form of moneyPresents and gifts
Translations of “gift token/voucher”
in Chinese (Traditional) 購物卡, 購物禮券…
in Russian подарочный купон, карта…
in Turkish hediye çeki…
in Chinese (Simplified) 购物卡, 购物礼券…
in Polish bon towarowy lub upominkowy…
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