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Definition of money order in English:

noun

A printed order for payment of a specified sum, issued by a bank or Post Office.
Example sentences
  • If you do get caught up in this situation, take your money order to a post office rather than a bank.
  • Typically we have paid them out through post offices and we send a postal money order to a post office.
  • I used a money order to pay off my credit card bill.

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