Pronunciation: (vou'chur), [key]
1. a person or thing that vouches.
2. a document, receipt, stamp, or the like, that gives evidence of an expenditure.
3. a form authorizing a disbursement of cash or a credit against a purchase or expense to be made in the future.
4. written authorization; credential.
5. a piece of evidence or proof.
6. Early Eng. Law.
a. a person called into court to warrant another's title.
b. the act of vouching another person to make good a warranty.
1. to pay for, guarantee, or authorize by voucher.
2. to prepare a voucher for.
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