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Translation of "direct debit" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

direct debit

noun [C or U]   UK
an arrangement for making payments, usually to an organization, in which your bank moves money from your account into the organization's account at regular times 自動扣帳 I pay my electricity bill by direct debit. 我用自動扣帳的方式來支付電費。 →  Compare standing order Forms of money and methods of payment
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