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cash dispenser

noun [C]
 
 
UK
→  cash machine: The cash dispenser has largely replaced the cheque book as our primary financial instrument. Banks have faced a storm of protest over cash dispenser charges for non-customers using their machines. These basic accounts offer free in-credit banking with cash dispenser cards. → See also ATM, cash machine, Cashpoint™
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