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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #123969: Vocabulary-bank
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    1. : Money a bank takes from customer account for bank services.

    2. : Usually small local offices that are located in different areas.

    3. : A small narrow paper that a person fills in, to withdraw money for themselves or other people.

    4. : A total amount of money that a person has on a bank account.

    5. : A type of bank account that the customers can use to pay for something.

    6. : The amount of money that is removed from a bank account.

    7. : A type of bank account that gets interest.

    8. : A deduction in a bank account because expense is bigger than deposit.

    9. : A small paper that contains records of a payment to a bank account.

    10. : It is usually a monthly printed record of credit, debit and balance of a bank account.

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