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1voucher

noun vouch·er \ˈva-chər\

Definition of VOUCHER

1
:  an act of vouching
2
a :  a piece of supporting evidence :  proof
b :  a documentary record of a business transaction
c :  a written affidavit or authorization :  certificate
d :  a form or check indicating a credit against future purchases or expenditures
3
:  a coupon issued by government to a parent or guardian to be used to fund a child's education in either a public or private school
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Origin of VOUCHER

Anglo-French, summons to guarantee a title, from voucher, verb
First Known Use: circa 1523

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actuary, compound interest, globalization, indemnity, portfolio, rentier, stagflation, usurer

2voucher

verb

Definition of VOUCHER

transitive verb
1
:  to establish the authenticity of
2
:  to prepare a voucher for

First Known Use of VOUCHER

1609

3voucher

noun

Definition of VOUCHER

archaic
:  one that guarantees :  surety

Origin of VOUCHER

1vouch + 2-er
First Known Use: 1612

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