Drawee

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Drawee

The party who is directed to pay as specified in a draft.

Drawee

1. The party, often a bank, directed to pay the stated amount to the payee on a draft or check.

2. The party to whom a bill of exchange is addressed. A drawee, in this sense, is also called an acceptor.
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Some acceptors such as 1-naphthol and 4-nitrophenol, which are highly conjugated with glucuronic acid in the late fetal stage, have been classified as group 1, whereas other acceptors such as estradiol, testosterone, and morphine, which are barely conjugated at birth, have been classified as group 2 (20,21).