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chitnoun [C]

us   /tʃɪt/
a note giving information or showing a sum of money that is owed or has been paid: When our flight was delayed, they gave us a chit to get a free meal.
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chitnoun [C]

uk   /tʃɪt/ us   /tʃɪt/
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chitnoun [C]

/tʃɪt/ uk   us   MONEY
a note that shows how much money you owe or have paid for something, or that allows you to do something: Before they can hail a cab or order a bike, staff now need a chit signed by a senior staff member. Each passenger received a chit for $250 in onboard spending.
(Definition of chit from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “chit”
in Spanish nota…
in Vietnamese giấy biên nhận…
in Malaysian surat nota…
in Thai บันทึกสั้นๆ…
in French note…
in German der Zettel…
in Chinese (Simplified) 票据, 欠账字据, 收据…
in Indonesian nota…
in Chinese (Traditional) 票據, 欠帳字據, 收據…
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