Entry from British & World English dictionary
A cheque which is guaranteed by a bank.
- Smitten by Annie, Daddy Warbucks offers a certified cheque of $50,000 to anyone who can prove they are her parents.
- The company transferred those funds to its account held with the Bank of Montreal and issued a certified cheque from that account to pay its employees.
- He knew what was a fair price for the harp, refused to be beaten down, and insisted that Harriet be given a certified cheque before they were allowed to take the instrument away.
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