English translation of 'caissier'
Example Sentences Including 'caissier'
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Mais ils n'ont pu remettre leurs sacs de billets - de 10 000 à 300 000 francs - au caissier habituel.Le Monde (2000)
Siégeant en formation de juge unique, le tribunal a relaxé le caissier du délit de " vol en réunion ".Le Monde (2000)
Tout m'impatiente ce matin : la lenteur des ascenseurs, la nonchalance du caissier, la gentillesse appuyée du porteur.Tremblement de coeur
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'caissier' in Other Languages
British English: teller /ˈtɛlə/ NOUN
A teller is someone who works in a bank and who customers pay money to or get money from.
Every bank pays close attention to the speed and accuracy of its tellers.
- American English: teller
- Arabic: أَمِيـنُ الصُّنْدُوق
- Brazilian Portuguese: caixa de banco
- Chinese: 出纳员
- Croatian: bankovni blagajnik
- Czech: pokladník v bance
- Danish: kasserer
- Dutch: kasbediende
- European Spanish: cajero
- Finnish: kertoja
- French: caissier
- German: Erzähler
- Greek: ταμίας
- Italian: cassiere
- Japanese: 話し手
- Korean: 이야기하는 사람
- Norwegian: forteller
- Polish: narrator
- European Portuguese: caixa de banco
- Romanian: casierla bancă
- Russian: рассказчик
- Spanish: narrador
- Swedish: kassör
- Thai: พนักงานรับฝาก-ถอนเงินในธนาคาร
- Turkish: anlatıcı
- Ukrainian: касир (у банку)
- Vietnamese: người kể chuyện
Translation of caissier from the Collins French to English
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