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Noun
/ˈvouCHər/,
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vouchers, plural;
  1. A small printed piece of paper that entitles the holder to a discount or that may be exchanged for goods or services

  2. A receipt


  1. someone who vouches for another or for the correctness of a statement
  2. a document that serves as evidence of some expenditure
  3. coupon: a negotiable certificate that can be detached and redeemed as needed
  4. A voucher is a bond which is worth a certain monetary value and which may be spent only for specific reasons or on specific goods. Examples include (but are not limited to) housing, travel, and food vouchers. ...
  5. A school voucher, also called an education voucher, is a certificate issued by the government which parents can apply toward tuition at a private school, rather than at the public school to which their child is assigned.
  6. A piece of paper that entitles the holder to a discount, or that can be exchanged for goods and services; A receipt; A person who vouches; To establish the authenticity of; to vouch for; To provide a vouch for (an expenditure); To provide (a beneficiary) with a voucher
  7. (Vouchers) A family is approved, and select from the open market a property inspected and approved as meeting basic habitability requirements. ...
  8. (Vouchers) A proposed form of in-kind public financing by which eligible candidates and/or political parties would receive certificates entitling them to a specified amount of free campaign resources, such as postage or media time. ...
  9. (Vouchers) Any coupon, gift certificate, product, store credit, etc featured as a deal on Glimmer City is considered a "voucher." All vouchers printed from GlimmerCity. ...
  10. (Vouchers) Entitles you to cash, and/or to goods and services. Often provided to you free by your employer, in which case they are taxable.
  11. (Vouchers) Forms or coupons provided to a traveler who purchases a tour that indicate that certain tour components have been prepaid. Vouchers are then exchanged for tour components like accommodations, meals, sightseeing, theater tickets, etc. during the actual trip.
  12. (Vouchers) In the child care field, refers to a form of payment for subsidized child care. States often have different definitions regarding the exact nature of vouchers, and sometimes refer to them as certificates.
  13. (Vouchers) Preauthorization and payment forms used to document each respite service and request reimbursement.
  14. Vouchers were required to gain admittance to Almack’s Assembly Rooms.  They would only be given out by one of the Patronesses.
  15. our vouchers make a great gift
  16. means a prepaid amount acquired for use in relation to the Website which may be used by the purchaser or acquired as a gift for a named recipient.
  17. To dream of vouchers, foretells that patient toil will defeat idle scheming to arrest fortune from you. To sign one, denotes that you have the aid and confidence of those around you, despite the evil workings of enemies. ...
  18. A written document that evidences the propriety of transactions and usually indicates the accounts in which they are to be recorded.
  19. three piece form with a model release on which client acknowledges hours worked by the model, agency copy used to bill and get paid
  20. a type of consumer sales promotion in which vouchers (or coupons) sent by mail or included in newspaper advertisements, etc. can be exchanged for merchandise to encourage trial of a new product.
  21. A certificate, given usually to low or moderate income individuals that can be used to purchase all or part of a specific item such as insurance, a needed service or medicine.
  22. A document in support of an expenditure. The signature of an appropriate official on the voucher is authorization for the treasurer to issue a check.
  23. an itemized record of payment or receipt of money.
  24. Refers to a formused in an internal control system to contain and verify all information about a bill to be processed or paid.
  25. Document which can be exchanged for shares in a privatised business or for shares in a fund which holds shares in a privatised business