Definition of Banker's bill

1. Noun. A piece of paper money (especially one issued by a central bank). "He peeled off five one-thousand-zloty notes"




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Banker's Bill

bank voles
bank withdrawal
bankabilities
bankability
bankable
bankbook
bankbooks
bankcard
bankcards
banke
banked
banker
banker's acceptance
banker's acceptances
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banker's check
banker's dozen
banker's draft
banker's drafts
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banker's draughts
banker's hours
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bankeress
bankeresses
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Literary usage of Banker's bill

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1. A Digest of the Evidence on the Bank Charter Taken Before the Committee of by Thomas Joplin (1833)
"The banker.s bill of exchange is created on himself, and all oilier bills of exchange are created by the customers of ..."

2. Aid Book to Engineering Enterprise Abroad by Ewing Matheson (1881)
"... and the current rate of exchange for a banker,s bill at sight on London, may be safely adopted in any country as the measure of value for international ..."

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