dishonour


dishonour
1. сущ.
тж. dishonor
1) общ. бесславие, бесчестье, позор

to incur [to bring\] dishonour on smb. — навлечь позор на кого-л.

2) общ. позорное пятно, позор; позорище

He is a dishonour to his country. — Он позорит свою страну.

3) общ. пренебрежение; оскорбление; унижение кого-л., унижение чьего-л. достоинства
4)
а) фин., банк. отказ в акцепте (векселя, чека и т. п.)
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б) фин., банк. отказ в платеже (по векселю, чеку или иному долговому обязательству)

dishonour of a bill of exchange — отказ в акцепте переводного векселя [в платеже по переводному векселю\]

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2. гл.
тж. dishonor
1) общ. бесчестить, пятнать, позорить; вызывать, навлекать позор, бесчестье (своим поведением)
2) общ. оскорблять, унижать достоинство
3)
а) фин., банк. отказывать в акцепте (векселя, чека и т. д.)

As the bill of exchange was dishonoured by non-acceptance, the seller refused to continue negotiations with the buyer. — Так как акцептование данного переводного векселя не было осуществлено, продавец отказался продолжать переговоры с покупателем.

б) фин., банк. отказывать в платеже (по векселю, чеку и т. д.)

Where a negotiable instrument is presented for payment but not paid, it is said to be dishonoured by non-payment. — Если обращающийся инструмент предъявлен к оплате, но не оплачен, говорят, что по нему отказали в платеже.

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Англо-русский экономический словарь.

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  • dishonour — dis‧hon‧our [dɪsˈɒnə ǁ ˈɑːnər] , dishonor verb [transitive] 1. BANKING if a bank dishonours a cheque, it refuses to pay out money for it, usually because the person who has written it does not have enough money in their account: • The law is that …   Financial and business terms

  • dishonour — (US dishonor) ► NOUN ▪ a state of shame or disgrace. ► VERB 1) bring dishonour to. 2) fail to honour (an agreement, cheque, etc.) …   English terms dictionary

  • dishonour — British spelling of DISHONOR (Cf. dishonor); also see OR (Cf. or). Related: Dishonoured; dishonouring; dishonourable; dishonourably …   Etymology dictionary

  • dishonour — I UK [dɪsˈɒnə(r)] / US [dɪsˈɑnər] noun [uncountable] a state in which people no longer respect you because of something bad that you have done Their motto was Death before Dishonour . bring dishonour on/upon: What she had done had brought… …   English dictionary

  • dishonour — n. 1) to bring dishonour on, to 2) a dishonour to * * * [dɪs ɒnə] to a dishonour to to bring dishonour on …   Combinatory dictionary

  • dishonour — [[t]dɪsɒ̱nə(r)[/t]] dishonours, dishonouring, dishonoured (in AM, use dishonor) 1) VERB If you dishonour someone, you behave in a way that damages their good reputation. [FORMAL] [V n] It would dishonour my family if I didn t wear the veil. 2) N… …   English dictionary

  • dishonour — Dishonor Dis*hon or (d[i^]s*[o^]n [ e]r or d[i^]z*[o^]n [ e]r), n. [OE. deshonour, dishonour, OF. deshonor, deshonur, F. d[ e]shonneur; pref. des (L. dis ) + honor, honur, F. honneur, fr. L. honor. See {Honor}.] [Written also {dishonour}.] [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dishonour — dis|hon|our1 BrE dishonor AmE [dısˈɔnə US ˈa:nər] n [U] loss of respect from other people, because you have behaved in a morally unacceptable way ≠ ↑honour ▪ You ve brought enough dishonour on your family already without causing any more trouble …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • dishonour — 1 BrE, dishonor AmE noun (U) formal loss of respect from other people because you have behaved in a morally unacceptable way: bring dishonour on: You ve brought enough dishonour on your family already without causing any more trouble. 2 BrE,,… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • dishonour — 1) To fail to pay a cheque when the account of the drawer does not have sufficient funds to cover it. When a bank dishonours a cheque it marks it ‘refer to drawer’ and returns it to the payee through his or her bank. 2) To fail to accept a bill… …   Accounting dictionary

  • dishonour — 1) To fail to pay a cheque when the account of the drawer does not have sufficient funds to cover it. When a bank dishonours a cheque it marks it refer to drawer and returns it to the payee through his or her bank. 2) To fail to accept a bill of… …   Big dictionary of business and management

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