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Receipt vs. Voucher

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Receiptnoun

The act of receiving, or the fact of having been received.

Vouchernoun

A piece of paper that entitles the holder to a discount, or that can be exchanged for goods and services.

Receiptnoun

(obsolete) The fact of having received a blow, injury etc.

Vouchernoun

A receipt.

Receiptnoun

(in the plural) A quantity or amount received; takings.

‘This weekend's receipts alone cover our costs to mount the production!’;

Vouchernoun

One who or that which vouches.

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Receiptnoun

A written acknowledgment that a specified article or sum of money has been received.

Vouchernoun

(advertising) A copy of a published advertisement sent by the agency to the client as proof of publication.

Receiptnoun

(A piece of) evidence (e.g. documentation or screen captures) of past wrongdoing or problematic behavior or statements.

Vouchernoun

(historical) A mechanical device used in shops for automatically registering the amount of money drawn.

Receiptnoun

(archaic in New England and rural US since end of 20th century, elsewhere since middle of 20th century) A recipe, instructions, prescription.

Voucherverb

(transitive) To establish the authenticity of; to vouch for.

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Receiptnoun

(obsolete) A receptacle.

Voucherverb

(transitive) To provide a vouch for (an expenditure).

Receiptnoun

(obsolete) A revenue office.

Voucherverb

(transitive) To provide (a beneficiary) with a voucher.

Receiptnoun

(obsolete) Reception, as an act of hospitality.

Vouchernoun

One who vouches, or gives witness or full attestation, to anything.

‘Will his vouchers vouch him no more?’; ‘The great writers of that age stand up together as vouchers for one another's reputation.’;

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Receiptnoun

(obsolete) Capability of receiving; capacity.

Vouchernoun

A book, paper, or document which serves to vouch the truth of accounts, or to confirm and establish facts of any kind; also, any acquittance or receipt showing the payment of a debt; as, the merchant's books are his vouchers for the correctness of his accounts; notes, bonds, receipts, and other writings, are used as vouchers in proving facts.

Receiptnoun

(obsolete) A recess; a retired place.

Vouchernoun

The act of calling in a person to make good his warranty of title in the old form of action for the recovery of lands.

Receiptverb

To give or write a receipt (for something).

‘to receipt delivered goods’;

Vouchernoun

A document attesting to a credit against certain defined expenditures; a recipt for prepayment; - often used in pre-arranged travel plans, to provide evidence of pre-payment of the cost of lodging, transportation, or meals.

Receiptverb

To put a receipt on, as by writing or stamping; to mark a bill as having been paid.

‘to receipt a bill’;

Vouchernoun

someone who vouches for another or for the correctness of a statement

Receiptnoun

The act of receiving; reception.

Vouchernoun

a document that serves as evidence of some expenditure

Receiptnoun

Reception, as an act of hospitality.

‘Thy kind receipt of me.’;

Vouchernoun

a negotiable certificate that can be detached and redeemed as needed

Receiptnoun

Capability of receiving; capacity.

‘It has become a place of great receipt.’;

Vouchernoun

a small printed piece of paper that entitles the holder to a discount, or that may be exchanged for goods or services.

Receiptnoun

Place of receiving.

‘He saw a man, named Matthew, sitting at the receipt of custom.’;

Vouchernoun

a receipt.

Receiptnoun

Hence, a recess; a retired place.

Voucher

A voucher is a bond of the redeemable transaction type which is worth a certain monetary value and which may be spent only for specific reasons or on specific goods. Examples include housing, travel, and food vouchers.

Receiptnoun

A formulary according to the directions of which things are to be taken or combined; a recipe; as, a receipt for making sponge cake.

‘She had a receipt to make white hair black.’;

Receiptnoun

A writing acknowledging the taking or receiving of goods delivered; an acknowledgment of money paid.

Receiptnoun

That which is received; that which comes in, in distinction from what is expended, paid out, sent away, and the like; - usually in the plural; as, the receipts amounted to a thousand dollars.

Receiptverb

To give a receipt for; as, to receipt goods delivered by a sheriff.

Receiptverb

To put a receipt on, as by writing or stamping; as, to receipt a bill.

Receiptverb

To give a receipt, as for money paid.

Receiptnoun

the act of receiving

Receiptnoun

an acknowledgment (usually tangible) that payment has been made

Receiptverb

report the receipt of;

‘The program committee acknowledged the submission of the authors of the paper’;

Receiptverb

mark or stamp as paid

Receiptnoun

the action of receiving something or the fact of its being received

‘families in receipt of supplementary benefit’; ‘I would be grateful if you would acknowledge receipt of this letter’;

Receiptnoun

a written or printed statement acknowledging that something has been paid for or that goods have been received

‘always make sure you get a receipt’;

Receiptnoun

an amount of money received during a particular period by an organization or business

‘box office receipts’;

Receiptnoun

a recipe

‘she spent hours in the kitchen, trying all sorts of receipts’;

Receiptverb

mark (a bill) as paid

‘the receipted hotel bill’;

Receipt

A receipt (also known as a packing list, packing slip, packaging slip, (delivery) docket, shipping list, delivery list, bill of parcel, manifest or customer receipt) is a document acknowledging that a person has received money or property in payment following a sale or other transfer of goods or provision of a service. All receipts must have the date of purchase on them.

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