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noun

days, usually three, allowed by law or custom for payment after a bill or note falls due.

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Origin of days of grace

1840–50; translation of Latin diēs grātiae
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days of grace

pl n

days permitted by custom for payment of a promissory note, bill of exchange, etc, after it falls due
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