standing order

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standing order (plural standing orders)

  1. A rule of procedure adopted by a governing body for its own internal use.
  2. A request made once for periodic fulfillment.
  3. Transfer of a fixed amount from one bank account to another at fixed intervals (e.g. monthly bill payment)

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