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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “giro”

giro

noun
 
 
/ˈdʒaɪ.rəʊ/ US  /-roʊ/
[U] a system used between European banks and similar organizations, in which money can be moved from one account to another by a central computer
(歐洲各銀行和類似機構之間的)電腦直接轉帳系統
The money was transferred by giro.
款項是透過銀行電腦直接轉帳系統匯過去的。
Banks and bank accounts
[C] UK a cheque which provides money from the government, through the giro, to someone unemployed, ill, or with very little income
(政府支付給失業、生病或低收入者的)直接轉帳救濟支票
a giro cheque
直接轉帳救濟支票
She didn't know how she would manage until (she got) her next giro.
她不知道在她領到下一張直接轉帳救濟支票前,日子該怎樣過。
Social security and state benefitsForms of money and methods of payment
(Definition of giro from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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