English version

coupon in Business basics topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcouponcou‧pon /ˈkuːpɒn $ -pɑːn/ ●●○ noun [countable]  1 BBa small piece of printed paper that gives you the right to pay less for something or get something free The coupon entitles you to ten cents off your next purchase.2 TCMa printed form, used when you order something, enter a competition etc To order, fill in the coupon on page 154.
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coupona two-year bond with a 10% couponMeanwhile, coupons are an even better bargain.Make a collection of coupons from available sources.The sources of coupons continue to multiply.He searched through the free papers in the office when he took his article in, completing every possible coupon.Repetitive tasks, whether sorting coupons, stitching fabric or entering data, wear most workers toward early retirement.Just tick the appropriate box below and attach the coupon to the front of your letter.Just fill in the coupon below, quoting you Ideal Home subscription number, and sent it to:.This coupon is for 15 cents off paper towels.