Translation of blank check in Spanish:

blank check

cheque en blanco, n.


(British blank cheque)
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    cheque en blanco masculine
    to give sb a blank check darle un cheque en blanco a algn
    • He testified that he signed blank cheques, the details of which would be filled in later.
    • She had a signed blank cheque of mine and I told her the exact amount to fill in.
    • We should pay our fair share, but not give a blank cheque for others to fill in and sign.
    • He bears no responsibility for the way that blank cheques he signed were used.
    • The one credit card company will make a payment directly into your bank account while the other issues blank cheques that you simply fill in yourself.
    • Normally in the absence of compelling reasons it has to be assumed that the cheque was not a blank cheque when it was handed over.
    • That's probably the most anyone signing a blank check can hope for.
    • The Australian Government has signed a blank cheque - without the foggiest notion of what might be planned.
    • But this proposal amounted to his being asked to sign a blank cheque and hand over his credit card.
    • The woman signed two blank checks with the promise that each check be made out for US $130.
    • A school official was making merry with some blank cheques signed by an official who had to go abroad.
    • She ripped out a check and signed it. ‘Here,’ she said, handing me the blank check. ‘Fill in the amount.’
    • They have so much money that they can casually sign blank cheques for their ‘lifestyle guru’.
    • Private sector employers are furious that government ministers will continue to write blank cheques to up the pay for public servants.
    • He said signing blank cheques was normal procedure because nobody ever suspected he was using the leader's account for anything other than party purposes.
    • I could fill in my remaining blank cheque, show the postmistress my bank card and some form of identification and she would shower me with cash.
    • It might be a short-term abduction triggered by stepping into a ‘taxi’ whose driver, at gunpoint, forces his fare to sign a sheaf of blank checks or surrender his ATM card and code.
    • She signs a blank check and slides it over to Jean on the impression that Jean may fill in whatever she sees necessary for payment.
    • One bin contained a signed blank cheque and another an unused cheque book.
    • If I had unlimited funds, I'd give Tom a blank check and know the number he wrote in would be fair.