US: /ˈvaʊtʃɝ/
UK: /vˈa‍ʊt‍ʃɐ/

English Vietnamese dictionary

voucher /'vautʃə/
  • danh từ
    • (pháp lý) người bảo đảm
    • (tài chính) chứng chỉ, giấy chứng thực; biên lai
    • vé tạm (phát cho người xem muốn ra ngoài) (ở nhà hát, rạp chiếu bóng)

Advanced English dictionary

+ noun
(BrE) a printed piece of paper that can be used instead of money to pay for sth, or that allows you to pay less than the usual price of sth: a voucher for a free meal + a food / travel voucher + This discount voucher entitles you to 10% off your next purchase.
voucher / coupon / token
These words all have a meaning that refers to something you can use instead of money and exchange for goods.
A voucher or token is a piece of paper with an amount of money printed on it that you can exchange for particular goods or use in a particular store: a £310 book/record token + a Marks and Spencer's gift voucher/token (AmE gift certificate).
A coupon or voucher is a printed piece of paper that can be used to pay for something or that allows you to pay less than the usual price: a money-off coupon.
Tokens or coupons are also small pieces of paper that you can collect and then exchange for a particular item.

Collocation dictionary


credit | discount, money-off | gift, sales, shopping | luncheon | travel | accommodation, hotel | fuel, petrol


give sb, issue (sb with)
The company issues travel vouchers to all managers.
| get, receive
I got a credit voucher for £30.
| redeem, spend, use


entitle sb to sth
a voucher entitling you to a half-price meal
| be worth sth
a voucher worth £100
| be redeemable
a 50p money-off voucher redeemable against any future purchase of the product


~ for
a voucher for children's glasses

Concise English dictionary

+someone who vouches for another or for the correctness of a statement
+a document that serves as evidence of some expenditure
+a negotiable certificate that can be detached and redeemed as needed