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Meaning of “cash machine” in the English Dictionary

"cash machine" in British English

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cash machinenoun [C]

uk   us   mainly UK (UK also cashpoint, US usually ATM)
B1 a ​machine, usually in a ​walloutside a ​bank, from which you can take ​money out of ​yourbankaccount using a ​specialcard

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

"cash machine" in American English

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cash machinenoun [C]

 us   /ˈkæʃ məˌʃin/
an ​ATM
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"cash machine" in Business English

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cash machinenoun [C]

uk   us   (UK also cash dispenser, UK also trademark Cashpoint™, also ATM)
MONEY, BANKING a ​machine in a ​publicplace, often outside a ​bank, that you can use to take ​money from your ​bankaccount using a ​plasticbankcard: There is to be an ​increase in ​charges for withdrawals at ​cashmachines. The ​government have ​failed to go far enough in ​protectingbankcustomers from ​excessive cashmachinecharges. These basic ​accountsofferfree in-credit ​banking with cashmachinecards. Banks are ​promoting the ​expansion of their cashmachinenetworks as a ​substitute for ​branches.
(Definition of cash machine from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “cash machine”
in Arabic صَرّاف آلي…
in Korean 현금 인출기…
in Portuguese caixa automático…
in Catalan caixer automàtic…
in Japanese 現金自動支払機、ATM…
in Chinese (Simplified) 自动提款机…
in Turkish nakit para alınabilen makina, ATM…
in Russian банкомат…
in Chinese (Traditional) 自動提款機…
in Italian cassa automatica, sportello Bancomat…
in Polish bankomat…
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