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

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Financial and business terms. 2012.

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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 — 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… …   English dictionary

  • 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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