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bank·er 1

 (băng′kər)
n.
1. One serving as an officer or owner of a bank.
2. Games The player in charge of the bank in some gambling games.

bank′er·ly adj.

bank·er 2

 (băng′kər)
n.
One engaged in cod fishing off Newfoundland.

bank·er 3

 (băng′kər)
n.
A workbench used by a mason or sculptor.

[From bank, bench (obsolete).]

banker

(ˈbæŋkə)
n
1. (Banking & Finance) a person who owns or is an executive in a bank
2. (Card Games) an official or player in charge of the bank in any of various games, esp gambling games
3. (Gambling, except Cards) a result that has been forecast identically in a series of entries on a football pool coupon
4. a person or thing that appears certain to win or be successful

banker

(ˈbæŋkə)
n
1. (Nautical Terms) a fishing vessel of Newfoundland
2. (Nautical Terms) a fisherman in such a vessel
3. (Physical Geography) informal Austral and NZ a stream almost overflowing its banks (esp in the phrase run a banker)
4. (Railways) Also called: bank engine Brit a locomotive that is used to help a heavy train up a steep gradient

banker

(ˈbæŋkə)
n
1. (Crafts) a craftsman's workbench
2. (Building) a timber board used as a base for mixing building materials

bank•er

(ˈbæŋ kər)

n.
1. a person employed by a bank, esp. as an executive or other official.
2. the keeper or holder of the bank in a game.
[1525–35; < Middle French banquier; see bank2, -er2]

banker

A sculptor’s workbench.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.banker - a financier who owns or is an executive in a bankbanker - a financier who owns or is an executive in a bank
financier, moneyman - a person skilled in large scale financial transactions
bank clerk, cashier, teller - an employee of a bank who receives and pays out money
2.banker - the person in charge of the bank in a gambling game
money dealer, money handler - a person who receives or invests or pays out money
Translations
المَصْرَفي: صاحِب البَنْكمُوَظَّف بَنْك
bankéř
bankier
pankur
pankkiiri
bankar
bankár
bankastjóri
銀行家
은행가
bankár
bankir
bankir
นายธนาคาร
giám đốc ngân hàng

banker

[ˈbæŋkəʳ]
A. N
1. (Fin) → banquero/a m/f
to be banker (in game) → tener la banca
2. (Betting) → apuesta f fija
B. CPD banker's card Ntarjeta f bancaria
banker's draft Nefecto m bancario
banker's order N (Brit) → orden f bancaria
banker's reference Nreferencia f bancaria

banker

[ˈbæŋkər] nbanquier/ière m/f investment banker, merchant banker, banker's card, banker's draft, banker's orderbanker's card n (British)carte f d'identité bancairebanker's draft ntraite f bancairebanker's order n (British)ordre m de virementbank holiday
njour m férié
modif
bank holiday Monday → lundi m férié
bank holiday weekend → long week-end m (prolongé par un jour férié)
bank holiday traffic → les encombrements dûs au long week-end

banker

n (Fin) → Bankier m, → Bankfachmann m/-fachfrau f, → Banker(in) m(f) (inf); (gambling) → Bankhalter(in) m(f)

banker

[ˈbæŋkəʳ] nbanchiere m

bank2

(bӕŋk) noun
1. a place where money is lent or exchanged, or put for safety and/or to acquire interest. He has plenty of money in the bank; I must go to the bank today.
2. a place for storing other valuable material. A blood bank.
verb
to put into a bank. He banks his wages every week.
ˈbanker noun
a person who owns or manages a bank.
bank book
a book recording money deposited in, or withdrawn from, a bank.
banker's card (also cheque card)
a card issued by a bank guaranteeing payment of the holder's cheques.
bank holiday
a day on which banks are closed (and which is often also a public holiday).
ˈbank-note noun
a piece of paper issued by a bank, used as money.
bank on
to rely on. Don't bank on me – I'll probably be late.

banker

مُوَظَّف بَنْك bankéř bankier Bankier τραπεζίτης banquero pankkiiri banquier bankar banchiere 銀行家 은행가 bankier bankier bankier banqueiro банкир bankir นายธนาคาร bankacı giám đốc ngân hàng 银行家
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Oh,' said she, in her playful way, 'you said that you were only my banker, and bankers never ask questions, you know.