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abbr. Automated Teller Machine; cash dispenser (UK)


n. a piece of paper money; bill (US)

Bill (US)

n. a banknote; a piece of paper money

Black market

n. illegal traffic in officially controlled commodities such as foreign currency

Bureau de change

n. establishment where currencies of different countries may be exchanged


n. 1. coins or bank notes (not cheques); 2. actual money paid as opposed to credit

Cash dispenser (UK)

n. automatic machine from which clients of a bank may withdraw money; ATM


n. person dealing with cash transactions in a bank, store etc


n. a piece of metal money


n. the money in general use or circulation in any country


n. money etc owed by one person to another

Exchange rate

n. the rate at which one currency can be exchanged for another

Foreign exchange

n. the currency of other countries

Hard currency

n. currency that will probably not fall in value and is readily accepted


v. to put money for profit into business, land etc - investment n.

Legal tender

n. currency that cannot legally be refused in payment of a debt

Petty cash (UK)

n. a cash fund for small, everyday expenses

Soft currency

n. currency that will probably fall in value and is not readily accepted


v. (risky) buying of foreign currency, land etc for rapid gain - speculation n.


n. a (usually commercial) exchange; a deal - to transact v.





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