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overdraft

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈəʊvədrɑːft/ US   /ˈəʊvərˌdræft/ ( also bank overdraft)
BANKING an amount of money that a customer with a bank account is temporarily allowed to owe to the bank, or the agreement which allows this: run up/have an overdraft Research shows that 58% of students have an overdraft. I paid off my overdraft as soon as I got my pay cheque. We have an overdraft facility of £500 with our bank. an overdraft fee/rate/charge a free/interest-free overdraft
Translations of “overdraft”
in Korean 초과 인출…
in Arabic سَحب عَلى المَكشوف…
in French découvert…
in Turkish hasabından fazla miktarda çekilen para, kredi…
in Italian scoperto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 透支額…
in Russian превышение остатка счета (в банке)…
in Polish debet…
in Spanish descubierto…
in Portuguese saldo a descoberto, saldo negativo…
in German die Überziehung…
in Catalan descobert…
in Japanese (お金の)借り越し…
in Chinese (Simplified) 透支额…
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