Money-order meaning

An order for the payment of a specified amount of money, usually issued and payable at a bank or post office.
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An order for the payment of a specified sum of money, as one issued for a fee at one post office, telegraph office, or bank and payable at another.
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A financial instrument that is equivalent to cash. A money order is purchased at a bank, a post office, or a business that cashes checks by paying cash. There is no chance that the money order will bounce because of insufficient funds, since cash is paid upfront for it. The money order lists both the payee and the person who purchased it.
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A type of cheque, usually purchased from a postal service to allow safe sending of money through the post, possibly to be redeemed in another country.
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