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cash dispensernoun [C]

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(Definition of cash dispenser from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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cash dispensernoun [C]

uk   us   UK
→  cash machine : The ​cashdispenser has largely ​replaced the ​chequebook as our ​primaryfinancialinstrument. Banks have faced a storm of ​protest over cashdispensercharges for non-customers using their ​machines. These basic ​accountsofferfree in-credit ​banking with cashdispensercards.
(Definition of cash dispenser from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “cash dispenser”
in Chinese (Simplified) 自动提款机…
in Chinese (Traditional) 自動提款機…
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