On the debit side, while Congress is away, 14,000 people will lose health-care coverage every day.
She was paying for her lunch when her debit card got rejected in front of everybody.
You can make public your phone records as well as every purchase you make on your debit card.
If you had the choice, would you rather use your debit card or your smartphone to access your account at an ATM?
The best rates come from your debit card, but be sure you have one with international perks like HSBC Premier.
Two or three hundred English pounds were a considerable improvement on a debit account.
It was Desk and debit, for which I had been seeking for weeks.
When we enjoyed each other before only love was between us—there was no question of debit and credit.
If you make an error he'll debit you with it, but when you play well he'll feature you.
Jacques: He brings the whole to a grand total to find out with what sum, en bloc, he is to debit each letter-carrier.
mid-15c., from Middle French debet or directly from Latin debitum "thing owed, that which is owing," neuter past participle of debere "to owe" (see debt). As a verb from 1680s. Debit card is attested from 1975.