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Make cheque payable to:


Definition (British English)

cheque, payable, to
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Definition (American English)

Make, cheque, payable, to
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Make, cheque, payable, to
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cheque, payable, to
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Der Scheck ist auszustellen auf:



Scheck, aufsein, auf, aufsein


Gablers Wirtschaftslexikon

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to pay a cheque - einlösen Last post 29 Dec 03, 11:33
Die richtige Übersetzung "to pay a cheque" <=> "einen Scheck einlösen" ist bereits vorhand11 Replies
to make out - knutschenLast post 20 Jan 10, 10:54
I can't tell you how humorous this word sounds to me as a British person. It is a well know…3 Replies
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Eigentlich fehlt hier in LEO der innovative & geile Begriff 'verschlechtbessern' bzw Verschl…6 Replies
to make an excuse - ausredenLast post 11 May 10, 10:43
v.intr. To make an excuse ...for oneself. To make an excuse ...for (another). The Am…2 Replies
payable or expressed to be payableLast post 30 Mar 06, 10:37
... all amounts payable or expressed to be payable by XX herunder shall be recoverable solel…0 Replies
cheques payable toLast post 24 Aug 06, 08:34
Please make cheques payable to: The University of XXX2 Replies
payable to orderLast post 18 Jun 07, 21:22
 bill of exchange can be transferred by indorsement and delivery if it is payable to a name…1 Replies
to make one's career - Karriere machenLast post 19 Nov 10, 16:33 Replies

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