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open cheque

noun

  1. an uncrossed cheque that can be cashed at the drawee bank


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Let me give you an open cheque for two hundred—five hundred—pounds right away.

There were several packets by post, and an open cheque from the Home Secretary.

De Guise considered, bit his lip, glanced at the open cheque-book—always a potent argument—and bowed in his grand fashion.

If you have no other way of obtaining money, will you try to get an open cheque from your father?

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