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Date: 1500-1600
Language: Old French
Origin: vocher; VOUCH

voucher

noun
     
Related topics: Food, Law
vouch‧er S3 [countable]
1DFTT a ticket that can be used instead of money for a particular purpose:
The voucher can be used at most major supermarkets.
First prize is a £1000 travel voucher.

➔ gift voucher

at gift token, luncheon voucher
2SCL an official statement or receipt that is given to someone to prove that their accounts are correct or that money has been paid

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