crossed cheque

UK [ˌkrɒst ˈtʃek] / US [krɔst ˈtʃek] noun [countable]
Word forms "crossed cheque":
singular crossed cheque plural crossed cheques British
a cheque that has two lines drawn across it to show that it can only be paid into the bank account of the person whose name is on it

English dictionary. 2014.

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  • crossed cheque — An ordinary cheque with two transverse lines drawn across it, which have the effect of making it payable only through a bank account • • • Main Entry: ↑cheque * * * crossed cheque UK [ˌkrɒst ˈtʃek] US [krɔst ˈtʃek] noun [countable] [singular… …   Useful english dictionary

  • crossed cheque — n a cheque in Britain that has two lines across it showing that it must be paid into a bank account …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • crossed cheque — a cheque across which two parallel lines have been drawn. The effect of crossing a cheque is to direct your bank to pay the cheque only through another bank account. Glossary of Business Terms * * * crossed cheque crossed cheque ➔ cheque …   Financial and business terms

  • crossed cheque — noun (C) a cheque in Britain that has two lines across it showing that it must be paid into a bank account …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • crossed cheque — See: cheque …   Accounting dictionary

  • crossed cheque — See cheque …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • crossed cheque — [ˌkrɒst ˈtʃek] noun [C] British a cheque that has two lines drawn across it to show that it can only be paid into the bank account of the person whose name is on it …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • crossed cheque — /ˌkrɒst tʃek/ noun a cheque with two lines across it showing that it can only be deposited at a bank and not exchanged for cash …   Marketing dictionary in english

  • crossed cheque — /ˌkrɒst tʃek/ noun a cheque with two lines across it showing that it can only be deposited at a bank and not exchanged for cash …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • crossed cheque — bank check with scribbles on it, check with a cross over it …   English contemporary dictionary

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