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"safe deposit box" in American English

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safe deposit boxnoun [C]

 /ˈseɪf dɪ·pɑz·ɪt ˌbɑks/ (also safety deposit box,  /ˈseɪf·ti dɪ·pɑz·ɪt ˌbɑks/ )
a ​strong box in a ​bank where you can ​keepvaluable things, esp. ​documents or ​jewelry
(Definition of safe deposit box from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







"safe deposit box" in British English

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safe deposit boxnoun [C]

uk   /ˈseɪf dɪˌpɒz.ɪt ˌbɒks/  us   /ˈseɪf dɪˌpɑː.zɪt ˌbɑːks/ (also safety deposit box)
(Definition of safe deposit box from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"safe deposit box" in Business English

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safe deposit boxnoun [C]

uk   us   (also safety deposit box) BANKING
a locked ​box in a ​bank, etc. in which ​money, ​documents, and other ​valuableitems can be ​stored: Macdonald put the ​money in a ​safedepositbox in a Montreal ​bank.
(Definition of safe deposit box from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “safe deposit box”
in Chinese (Simplified) (银行里的)贵重物品保管箱,保险箱…
in Chinese (Traditional) (銀行裡的)貴重物品保管箱,保險箱…
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