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stub in Banking topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstubstub1 /stʌb/ noun [countable]  1 SHORT/NOT LONGthe short part of something long and thin, such as a cigarette or pencil, that is left when the rest has been used a pencil stub2 Dthe part of a ticket that is given back to you after it has been torn, as proof that you have paid a ticket stub3 BFBa piece of a cheque left in a cheque book as a record after the main part has been torn out a check stub
Examples from the Corpus
stubAnd he did keep the check stub in his wallet like a picture of his kids.a cigar stubEventually both of the door's plastic hinge stubs broke, and it fell off!A steady paper trail of bills, grades, pay stubs, and catalogs helps us create our individual identity.He grinds the stub down carefully and looks at it an instant reverentially.The valve can still be operated by gripping the stub in a pair of pliers, but it will defeat small children.Last night's jam-jars, with their stubs of candle, had been knocked over.So far about 25% of those ticket stubs have been returned with the appropriate £2.