a bond, usually a bearer bond, that pays interest by means of coupons with specific cash values.
noun 1. a well-to-do person much of whose income is derived from clipping and cashing coupons from coupon bonds. noun any person who derives income from or buys products based on coupons
[koo-pon-er, kyoo-] /ˈku pɒn ər, ˈkyu-/ noun 1. a person who seeks out or saves discount , as for buying grocery items.
[koo-pon-ing, kyoo-] /ˈku pɒn ɪŋ, ˈkyu-/ noun 1. the practice of distributing discount to consumers as a form of product promotion. 2. the activity of seeking out or saving discount to save money on food or household purchases.
noun 1. the interest rate fixed on a coupon bond or other debt instrument.