1. ATM: abbreviation of Automated Teller Machine: a machine, usually in a wall outside a bank, from which you can take money out of your bank account using a special card.
2. Bank balance: the amount of money in a bank account.
E. g. I'd like to check my bank balance, please.
3. Bank charges: sums of money paid by a customer for a bank's services.
4. Bank statement: a printed record of the money put into and removed from a bank account
5. Bounce: when a check cannot be paid or accepted by a bank because of a lack of money in the account:
E. g. I had to pay a penalty fee when my check bounced.
6. Loan: a sum of money which is borrowed, often from a bank, and has to be paid back, usually together with an additional amount of money that you have to pay as a charge for borrowing.
E. g. She's trying to get a $100 000 loan to start her own business.
7. Overdraft: the act of overdrawing a bank account.
8. Payee: a person who money is paid to or should be paid to.
9. Traveler's check: a piece of paper that you buy from a bank or a travel company and that you can use as money or exchange for the local money of the country you visit
10. Withdraw: to take money out of a bank account.
11. Borrow: the act of taking money from a bank and paying it back over a period of time
12. Cashier: a person handling payments and receipts in a bank.
13. Deposit: a sum of money paid into a bank account.
14. Interest: money paid regularly at a particular rate for the use of money lent, or for delaying the repayment of a debt.
15. Mortgage: an agreement that allows you to borrow money from a bank
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