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Spanish translation of “counterfoil”

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counterfoil

noun /ˈkauntəfoil/
a section able to be detached or removed from a cheque/check etc and kept by the giver as a receipt
talón
Please keep the counterfoil of your last prescription safe.
Translations of “counterfoil”
in French talon…
in German der Kontrollabschnitt…
in Chinese (Traditional) (票、支票等的)存根,票根…
in Chinese (Simplified) (票、支票等的)存根,票根…
(Definition of counterfoil from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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