English version

stub in Banking topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstubstub1 /stʌb/ noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 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 πŸ”Š 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 πŸ”Š a ticket stub3 BFBa piece of a cheque left in a cheque book as a record after the main part has been torn out πŸ”Š a check stub
Examples from the Corpus
stubβ€’ And he did keep the check stub in his wallet like a picture of his kids.β€’ a cigar stubβ€’ Eventually both of the door's plastic hinge stubs broke, and it fell off!β€’ A steady paper trail of bills, grades, pay stubs, and catalogs helps us create our individual identity.β€’ He grinds the stub down carefully and looks at it an instant reverentially.β€’ The valve can still be operated by gripping the stub in a pair of pliers, but it will defeat small children.β€’ Last night's jam-jars, with their stubs of candle, had been knocked over.β€’ So far about 25% of those ticket stubs have been returned with the appropriate Β£2.