Rubber cheque

Rubber cheque
dishonored cheque (a cheque that bounces)

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • rubber cheque — UK US noun [C] UK (US rubber check) ► INFORMAL BANKING a cheque that a bank refuses to pay because it is written on an account that does not contain enough money: »Watch out for rubber cheques. If a client gives you a cheque that bounces, your… …   Financial and business terms

  • rubber cheque — or (N American) ● rubber …   Useful english dictionary

  • rubber cheque —    a cheque which is dishonoured    It is liable to bounce2:     Rubber checks make bankers break out in a rash. (Sanders, 1992) …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • rubber cheque — Australian Slang dishonored cheque (a cheque that bounces) …   English dialects glossary

  • rubber cheque — Noun. A monetary cheque (check) that isn t honoured by the writer s bank, consequently bouncing back to the issuer …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • rubber cheque — /ˈrʌbə tʃɛk/ (say rubuh chek) noun Colloquial (humorous) a cheque which is dishonoured and so bounces back from the bank …  

  • Rubber check — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Es una expresión idiomática estadounidense que funciona en conjunto como un sustantivo. Contenido 1 Significado según los diccionarios 2 Sinónimos o expresiones equivalentes en los diccionarios …   Wikipedia Español

  • cheque — [tʆek] , check noun [countable] BANKING 1. a printed form that you use to pay for something instead of using money. You write on it the amount in words and numbers, the date, the person being paid, and sign your name: • a cheque for £200 …   Financial and business terms

  • Cheque — A Canadian cheque …   Wikipedia

  • cheque — A preprinted form on which instructions are given to an account provider (a bank or building society) to pay a stated sum to a named recipient. It is a common form of payment of debts of all kinds ( current account). In a crossed cheque two… …   Accounting dictionary

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