Business Dictionary :
Bank Account, Bank Balance
Bank : verb : to deposit money into a bank or to have an account with a bank
• He banked the cheque as soon as he received it.
• Where do you bank?
• Where do you have a bank account?
• I bank at or with Barclays.
Bankable : adjective : property or documents which a bank will accept as security for a loan
• A bankable paper
Bank Account : noun : account which a customer has with a bank where the customer can deposit and withdraw money
• To open a bank account
• To close a bank account
• How much money do you have in your bank account?
• She has £100 in her savings bank account.
• If you let the balance in your bank account fall below £100, you have to pay bank charges.
Bank Balance : noun : state of a bank account at any particular time
• Our bank balance went into the red last month.
Bank Bill : noun :
GB : order by one bank telling another bank (usually in another country) to pay money to someone
US : piece of printed paper money
Bank Book : noun : book given by a bank which shows money which you deposit or withdraw from your savings account
Bank Charges : plural noun : charges which a bank makes for carrying out work for a customer
Bank Clerk : noun : person who works in a bank, but not a manager
Bank Draft : noun : order by one bank telling another bank (usually in another country) to pay money to someone
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Bank : NOUN
The High Street Banks
Banker : NOUN : 1
Banker : NOUN : 2
A Banking Crisis
Bank Note (or) Banknote
Bankrupt : NOUN
Bankrupt : VERB
Adjudication of Bankrupt
Declaration of Bankrupt
To file a petition in Bankrupt
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