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Translation of "chequebook" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

chequebook

noun [C]
 
/ˈtʃek.bʊk/ UK ( US checkbook)
a book of cheques with your name printed on them which is given to you by your bank to make payments with
支票簿
Banks and bank accounts
_chequebook ^journalism UK ( US checkbook journalism) disapproving when a newspaper persuades someone involved in a news story to give their report of events by paying them a lot of money
(指報社)重金收買新聞的行為;支票新聞(報社出錢向知情人購買新聞)
The press and news reporting
Translations of “chequebook”
in Korean 수표책…
in Arabic دَفْتَر شيكات…
in Portuguese talão de cheques…
in Catalan talonari…
in Japanese 小切手帳…
in Italian libretto di assegni…
in Russian чековая книжка…
in Turkish çek karnesi/defteri…
in Chinese (Simplified) 支票簿…
in Polish książeczka czekowa…
(Definition of chequebook from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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