English version

pension book

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpension bookˈpension ˌbook noun [countable]  a book that the British government gives to pensioners, which allows them to collect their pensions
Examples from the Corpus
pension bookOn leaving the field, Mickey found a purse containing four pounds, a pension book and a set of house keys.Her inner pockets are stuffed with pension book, handkerchiefs and tubes of Parma Violet sweets for the breath.When claiming a concession, you will be asked to produce your pension book as proof of entitlement.
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