Examples from the Web for overdraft
He suggested that the sum in question was related to making good an overdraft at JPMorgan in London.Jon Corzine Can’t Answer $1.2 Billion Question About MF Global at Hearing|Michael Daly|December 16, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The queen mother was said to have died with an overdraft at Coutts of more than £2 million; it was settled by her daughter.
It had come into the bank on October 10th along with other collateral to offset an overdraft on the part of Cowperwood & Co.The Financier|Theodore Dreiser
To begin with, you certainly want money, or at least an overdraft and plenty of credit.
We trust that you will find it convenient to cover this overdraft at an early date.
The poor man has none of these, and therefore cannot obtain that overdraft which is one of the first essentials of bankruptcy.
If Overholt would kindly sign a note at sixty days for the overdraft it would be all right.The Little City Of Hope|F. Marion Crawford
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Culture definitions for overdraft
The amount by which a check exceeds the funds on deposit to cover it.