by check

by check

With a check, as a form of payment, as opposed to other forms, such as cash or credit. Don't worry about not having cash today—my office will bill you, and then you can just pay by check.
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by check

by using a check for payment. He paid for the book by check. You will be paid by check.
See also: by, check
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American consumers and businesses make 80 billion retail payments annually, nearly 50 billion by check and 30 billion by electronic instruments, such as credit cards, debit cards, and the automated clearinghouse (ACH), according to the first comprehensive studies of the retail payment system by the Federal Reserve System in more than twenty years.
For the 50 cents or so you pay per check, "it's worth it, Burris says, "even if only 15% of your business is done by check.
The contract contained the usual provision that required the downpayment of ten percent to be made by check subject to collection.