enface

transitive verb en·face \ə̇nˈfās, en-\

Definition of enface

British

  1. :  to write or print on the face of (a draft or bill) enface drafts with memoranda; also :  to write or print (a memorandum or direction) on the face of a draft or bill

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Origin and Etymology of enface

en- (as in endorse) + face, noun


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