English version

chit

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchitchit /tʃɪt/ noun [countable] British English  1 LET/ALLOWan official note that shows that you are allowed to have something Take the chit to the counter and collect your books.2 old-fashionedRUDE/IMPOLITE a young woman who behaves badly and does not respect older people
Examples from the Corpus
chitYou couldn't bear the thought of a chit of a girl sweeping in and scooping the jackpot.Write out a chit for whatever you use, as usual.This New Zealand validation system doesn't give you a chit of paper.He signed the bar chit.No money changes hands in these bars; no chits are signed.How could the silly chit have so mistaken his intent?We finished half our burgers, skipped dessert and signed the chit for the meal.But to enter their duka you need this chit.
From Longman Business Dictionarychitchit /tʃɪt/ noun [countable] an official note giving you permission to do something, receive something etcYou had to sign a chit to use any of the equipment in the lab.expenses chits
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