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account an arrangement wherein a bank or other financial institution holds a customer's deposited funds so that the funds are safe but can be accessed at any time by the customer, or the conception of this arrangement as a container for the funds that are kept. [1/15 definitions]
ATM abbreviation of "automated teller machine," a computerized machine serving the function of a bank teller.
ATM card a plastic card that enables the holder to access an automated teller machine to obtain cash drawn from or charged against a bank account.
automated teller machine a computerized machine serving the function of a bank teller.
bank1 to form a bank around or along the edge of; embank. [2/6 definitions]
bank2 to have an account or other dealings with a bank. [3/6 definitions]
bank account at a bank, the funds credited to a depositor and subject to withdrawal by him or her.
bank card an official card, esp. a credit card or ATM card, issued by a bank to a customer and used in transactions.
banker1 an owner or employee of a bank, esp. in management. [2 definitions]
banking the business or profession of running a bank.
bank note a promissory note issued by an authorized bank.
bank rate the standard rate of discount that is established by a central bank or banks.
bank statement a document that shows all the transactions that have occurred during a specific period of time in a bank account, esp. a periodic statement compiled by a bank for an account holder.
blank check a bank check with the signature, but not the amount, filled in, leaving the payee free to set the amount. [1/2 definitions]
bloodmobile a mobile unit carrying medical equipment for collecting blood from donors for a blood bank.
bounce (informal) of a check or draft, to be sent back by a bank because of insufficient funds in the account from which it was drawn. [1/10 definitions]
cashier1 an employee of a bank or other business who manages monetary transactions. [1/2 definitions]
cashier's check a check drawn by a bank on its own funds and signed by its cashier.
check written instructions, usu. on a printed form, to a bank to pay money from an account. [1/19 definitions]
checkbook a booklet of blank forms that can be used to pay out money from a bank account.
checking account a deposit in a bank, credit union, or the like, against which checks may be written by the depositor. (Cf. savings account.)