refer to drawer


refer to drawer
Brit.
a phrase used by banks when suspending payment of a cheque.
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  • refer to drawer — ► (WRITTEN ABBREVIATION R/D) BANKING words written on a cheque that a bank has refused to pay, usually because the bank account does not contain enough money Main Entry: ↑refer sth to sth …   Financial and business terms

  • refer to drawer — ► refer to drawer Brit. a phrase used by banks when suspending payment of a cheque. Main Entry: ↑refer …   English terms dictionary

  • refer to drawer — Words written on a cheque that is being dishonoured by a bank, usually because the account of the person who drew it has insufficient funds to cover it and the manager of the bank is unwilling to allow the account to be overdrawn or further… …   Accounting dictionary

  • refer to drawer — Words written on a cheque that is being dishonoured by a bank, usually because the account of the person who drew it has insufficient funds to cover it and the manager of the bank is unwilling to allow the account to be overdrawn or further… …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • refer to drawer —    this cheque is unpaid through lack of funds    Banks use this evasion because it is dangerous to dishonour a cheque by mistake and thereby imply that the drawer has acted fraudulently.    Commonly abbreviated to RD …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • refer to drawer — entry by a bank written on the back of a check that was not paid which tells one to call to the owner of the bank account …   English contemporary dictionary

  • refer — re‧fer [rɪˈfɜː ǁ ɜːr] verb referred PTandPPX referring PRESPARTX refer to phrasal verb [transitive] 1. refer to something to mention something: • I refer to your letter of 22 March …   Financial and business terms

  • refer — ► VERB (referred, referring) 1) (refer to) mention or allude to. 2) (refer to) direct the attention of (someone) to. 3) (refer to) (of a word or phrase) describe or denote. 4) ( …   English terms dictionary

  • Drawer — or Drawers may refer to: Drawer (furniture) A person who engages in drawing pictures Payor, a person who draws a bill of exchange Undergarment, underwear Drawer test, a test used to detect rupture of the cruciate ligaments in the knee The drawer …   Wikipedia

  • drawer — the person who writes a cheque in payment for goods or services. Glossary of Business Terms The party initiating a draft. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * drawer draw‧er [ˈdrɔːə ǁ ˈdrɒːər] noun [countable] BANKING 1. a person who writes a… …   Financial and business terms