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pay with a check/cheque
pay in check/cheque
pay by check/cheque
which are correct?
i have seen all of them.
Also, you will come across pay with a cheque, though by is more common.. The one that sounds wrong to me is pay in cheque'; you can pay in cash.
(When you pay in a cheque, you deposit a cheque someone has given you.)
You can, of course, 'pay in a cheque', but it doesn't mean what the OP has in mind. You can 'pay in a cheque at the bank' - you give it to the cashier, who adds its value to your account's total.
can I use"pay by check" to talk about "take a cheque to the bank and add the funds to your account"?
Does "pay with a check/cheque" and "pay by check/cheque" have the same meaning?
if I want to talk about "credit card"
is the usage same as "check/cheque"?