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pension book

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Definition of pension book in English:

noun

British
A book of vouchers supplied by the government for the weekly payment of a person’s pension.
Example sentences
  • The handbag contained a few pounds in cash, a pension book and a rent book.
  • Once inside they took her money and her pension book before leaving.
  • She entered, saying she would help her put the flowers in water and then left with the money and a pension book.

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