Tuesday, 30 March 2010

blank cheque

(gen.) NOUN -- if you're given a blank cheque, you have the authority to spend as much money as is necessary, or as you'd like.

Example: "This year, especially with this economic crisis, we're not giving salespeople blank cheques anymore."
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