Definition of 'cash dispenser'
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Used Rarely. cash dispenser is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'cash dispenser'
British English: cash dispenser /kæʃ dɪˈspɛnsə/ NOUN
A cash dispenser is a machine built into the wall of a bank or other building, which allows people to take out money from their bank account using a special card.
- American English: ATM
- Arabic: جِهَازُ صَرْفِ آليّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: caixa eletrônico
- Chinese: 自动提款机
- Croatian: bankomat
- Czech: bankomat
- Danish: pengeautomat
- Dutch: geldautomaat
- European Spanish: cajero automático
- Finnish: pankkiautomaatti
- French: guichet automatique argent
- German: Geldautomat
- Greek: μηχάνημα ανάληψης μετρητών
- Italian: bancomat
- Japanese: 現金自動支払い機
- Korean: 현금 인출기
- Norwegian: minibank
- Polish: bankomat
- European Portuguese: caixa multibanco
- Romanian: bancomat
- Russian: банкомат
- Spanish: cajero automático
- Swedish: kontantautomat
- Thai: เครื่องกดเงินสดจากธนาคาร
- Turkish: bankamatik
- Ukrainian: банкомат
- Vietnamese: máy rút tiền
Definition of cash dispenser from the Collins English Dictionary
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