rubber check
noun Etymology: from its coming back like a bouncing rubber ball Date: 1921 a check returned by a bank because of insufficient funds in the payer's account

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  • rubber check — ☆ rubber check n. [from the notion that it “bounces”: see BOUNCE (vi. 3)] Slang a check that is worthless because of insufficient funds in the drawer s account …   English World dictionary

  • rubber check — {n.}, {informal} A check written without enough money in the bank to make it good. * /Bill got into trouble when he paid his bills with rubber checks./ * /By the time we knew he had paid us with a rubber check, the man had left the state./ * /The …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • rubber check — {n.}, {informal} A check written without enough money in the bank to make it good. * /Bill got into trouble when he paid his bills with rubber checks./ * /By the time we knew he had paid us with a rubber check, the man had left the state./ * /The …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • rubber\ check — noun informal A check written without enough money in the bank to make it good. Bill got into trouble when he paid his bills with rubber checks. By the time we knew he had paid us with a rubber check, the man had left the state. The rubber check… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • rubber check — n. a check that bounces; a forged check. (See also bounce.) □ The bank says I wrote a rubber check, but I’m sure there was enough money on deposit. □ One rubber check after another! Can’t you add? …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • rubber check — A check that bounces for lack of funds. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * rubber check rubber check ➔ check1 …   Financial and business terms

  • Rubber Check — Another name for a bounced check. The check cannot be processed because the writer has insufficient funds. Most rubber (or bounced) checks are subject to high bank penalty fees ($20 $40 per bounced check) …   Investment dictionary

  • rubber check — noun Etymology: so called because it comes back like a bouncing rubber ball : a check returned by the bank as not good because of insufficient funds in the account on which the check is drawn …   Useful english dictionary

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