|Automated Teller Machine; cash dispenser
|Piece of paper money.
|Digital currency which allows payments to be sent from one party to another without going through a financial institution.
|Obtain money which must be returned or reimbursed.
|To have no money.
|Amount of money available or needed for a specific use.
|Coins or bank notes (not cheques); actual money paid, not credit.
|Automatic machine from which a bank customer can withdraw money.
|A person dealing with cash transactions in a bank, shop, etc.
|Written order, on a specially printed form, to a pay the stated amount from one’s bank account.
|A piece of metal, with an official stamp, used as money.
|The money used in a country.
|Money owed by one person to another
|Sum of money payable as a first instalment on a purchase;
Money placed in an account in a bank.
|Give money, especially to charity: make a donation.
|The rate at which one currency can be exchanged for another.
|Payment made to a professional person (doctor, lawyer, etc.).
|A sum of money due as one of several equal payments to be made over an agreed period of time.
|Money paid for borrowing or investing money.
|To put money into a business, property, etc. in order to earn interest or profit.
|Currency that cannot legally be refused as payment.
|Give or allow the use of money which must be returned, usually with interest.
|Sum of money that is borrowed and is expected to be paid back with interest.
|To be in debt to someone: to owe money to somebody.
|Small amount of cash kept available by a company or firm for everyday expenses.
|Written statement that money has been paid for something.
|Pay back money received;; reimburse.
|Small sum of money given to a waiter, taxi driver, etc.
|Take money from a bank account.