English version

debit card

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Banking
debit cardˈdebit card ●●○ noun [countable]  BFBBFBa plastic card with your signature on that you can use to pay for things. The money is taken directly from your bank account cash card, cheque card, credit card
Examples from the Corpus
debit cardVisa Delta is a debit card network linked with the Visa credit card network.Betting on the day is only through credit or deposit accounts, or by debit card.More advanced services include stock and mutual fund brokerage or trading services, currency trading, and credit or debit card management.Page 33 Switch applications: Barclays and Lloyds banks have applied to join the Switch debit card network.
From Longman Business Dictionarydebit cardˈdebit cardBANKING a plastic card which is used instead of money or a CHEQUE to pay for goods and services. The cost is taken directly from the user’s BANK ACCOUNT. Debit cards can also be used to obtain money from CASH MACHINEs card
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