Definition of checkbook in English:

checkbook

Syllabification: check·book
Pronunciation: /ˈCHekˌbo͝ok
 
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noun

A book of blank checks with a register for recording checks written.
More example sentences
  • And she got our her checkbook and wrote me a check for the bill - and paid for all 450 guests.
  • He, without giving me a chance, pulled out his checkbook and wrote them a check.
  • Joe took out his checkbook and wrote out the check and handed it to the worker.

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