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  ( cheques    plural  )
in AM, use check      A cheque is a printed form on which you write an amount of money and who it is to be paid to. Your bank then pays the money to that person from your account.      n-count   also by N  
He wrote them a cheque for £10,000..., I'd like to pay by cheque.     
    blank cheque  
    traveller's cheque  

bad cheque        ( bad cheques    plural  )
in AM, use bad check      A bad cheque is a bank cheque that will not be paid because there is a mistake on it, or because there is not enough money in the account of the person who wrote the cheque.      n-count  
blank cheque        ( blank cheques    plural  )
in AM, use blank check     
1       n-count   If someone is given a blank cheque, they are given the authority to spend as much money as they need or want.     (JOURNALISM)  
We are not prepared to write a blank cheque for companies that have run into trouble.     
2       n-count   If someone is given a blank cheque, they are given the authority to do what they think is best in a particular situation.     (JOURNALISM)   (=carte blanche)  
He was, in a sense, given a blank cheque to negotiate the new South Africa.     
cheque book        ( cheque books    plural  )
The spellings chequebook, and in American English checkbook, are also used.      A cheque book is a book of cheques which your bank gives you so that you can pay for things by cheque.      n-count  
cheque card        ( cheque cards    plural  ) In Britain, a cheque card or a cheque guarantee card is a small plastic card given to you by your bank and which you have to show when you are paying for something by cheque or when you are cashing a cheque at another bank.      n-count  
pay cheque        ( pay cheques    plural  )
in AM, use paycheck      Your pay cheque is a piece of paper that your employer gives you as your wages or salary, and which you can then cash at a bank. You can also use pay cheque as a way of referring to your wages or salary.      n-count   oft poss N  
They've worked for about two weeks without a paycheck.     
traveller's cheque        ( traveller's cheques    plural  )
in AM, use traveler's check      Traveller's cheques are cheques that you buy at a bank and take with you when you travel, for example so that you can exchange them for the currency of the country that you are in.      n-count   usu pl  
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