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Meaning of “money order” - Learner’s Dictionary

money order

noun [C]   US ( UK postal order)
an official piece of paper bought at a post office that you can send instead of moneyForms of money and methods of paymentThe postal system
Translations of “money order”
in Chinese (Traditional) 匯票,匯款單…
in Russian (денежный) почтовый перевод…
in Turkish posta çeki…
in Chinese (Simplified) 汇票,汇款单…
in Polish przekaz pieniężny…
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