Definition of voucher in English:

voucher

Syllabification: vouch·er
Pronunciation: /ˈvouCHər
 
/

noun

1A small printed piece of paper that entitles the holder to a discount or that may be exchanged for goods or services.
More example sentences
  • Junior season-ticket holders must exchange their vouchers for a ticket.
  • The privatization process began in late 1992, after all citizens had become entitled to a voucher that could be exchanged for shares in the new private companies.
  • All entrants will receive £20 worth of discount vouchers for Vodafone services.
Synonyms
coupon, token, ticket, license, permit, pass; chit, slip, stub
informal ducat, comp
1.1A receipt.
More example sentences
  • Tangretti provided copies of his vouchers, receipts and backup documentation for last year, except for itemized lists of phone charges.
  • Along with cash, police said they were told the vault contained receipts and vouchers which detailed how funds should be received and disbursed.
  • You will also need share vouchers, and certificates of deduction of tax from bank and building society accounts.

Origin

early 17th century: from vouch.

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