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tell·er

 (tĕl′ər)
n.
1. One who tells: a teller of tall tales.
2.
a. A bank employee who receives and pays out money.
b. An automated teller machine.
3. A person appointed to count votes in a legislative assembly.

tell′er·ship′ n.

Teller

(ˈtɛlə)
n
(Biography) Edward. 1908–2003, US nuclear physicist, born in Hungary: a major contributor to the development of the hydrogen bomb (1952)

Teller

(ˈtɛlə)
n
(Biography) Edward. 1908–2003, US nuclear physicist, born in Hungary: a major contributor to the development of the hydrogen bomb (1952)

tell•er

(ˈtɛl ər)

n.
1. a person employed in a bank to receive or pay out money over the counter.
2. one that tells, relates, or communicates; narrator.
3. a person who counts or enumerates, as one appointed to count votes in a legislative body.
[1300–50]

Tel•ler

(ˈtɛl ər)

n.
Edward, born 1908, U.S. physicist, born in Hungary.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Teller - United States physicist (born in Hungary) who worked on the first atom bomb and the first hydrogen bomb (1908-2003)
2.teller - an official appointed to count the votes (especially in legislative assembly)
canvasser - a person who takes or counts votes
functionary, official - a worker who holds or is invested with an office
3.teller - an employee of a bank who receives and pays out moneyteller - an employee of a bank who receives and pays out money
banker - a financier who owns or is an executive in a bank
4.teller - someone who tells a storyteller - someone who tells a story    
anecdotist, raconteur - a person skilled in telling anecdotes
fabulist - a person who tells or invents fables
griot - a storyteller in West Africa; perpetuates the oral traditions of a family or village
speaker, talker, verbaliser, verbalizer, utterer - someone who expresses in language; someone who talks (especially someone who delivers a public speech or someone especially garrulous); "the speaker at commencement"; "an utterer of useful maxims"
Translations
pokladníkvypravěč-ka
kassererfortæller
kertoja
bankovni blagajnik
bankpénztároselbeszélõ
sögumaîur
話し手
이야기하는 사람
bankový pokladník
blagajnik
kassör
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teller

[ˈteləʳ] N
1. [of story] → narrador(a) m/f
2. (US, Scot) (in bank) → cajero/a m/f; (at election) → escrutador(a) m/f

teller

[ˈtɛlər] n (in bank)caissier/ière m/f, guichetier/ière m/f

teller

n
(in bank) → Kassierer(in) m(f)
(= vote counter)Stimmenauszähler(in) m(f)
(of story)Erzähler(in) m(f)
(esp US: = cash machine) → Geldautomat m

teller

[ˈtɛləʳ] n
a. (of story) → narratore/trice
b. (person, in bank) → cassiere/a; (at election) → scrutatore/trice

tell

(tel) past tense, past participle told (tould) verb
1. to inform or give information to (a person) about (something). He told the whole story to John; He told John about it.
2. to order or command; to suggest or warn. I told him to go away.
3. to say or express in words. to tell lies / the truth / a story.
4. to distinguish; to see (a difference); to know or decide. Can you tell the difference between them?; I can't tell one from the other; You can tell if the meat is cooked by/from the colour.
5. to give away a secret. You mustn't tell or we'll get into trouble.
6. to be effective; to be seen to give (good) results. Good teaching will always tell.
ˈteller noun
1. a person who receives or pays out money over the counter at a bank.
2. a person who tells (stories). a story-teller.
ˈtelling adjective
having a great effect. a telling argument.
ˈtellingly adverb
ˈtelltale adjective
giving information (often which a person would not wish to be known). the telltale signs of guilt.
I told you so
I told or warned you that this would happen, had happened etc, and I was right. `I told you so, but you wouldn't believe me.
tell off to scold: The teacher used to tell me off for not doing my homework ( ˌtelling-ˈoff: He gave me a good telling-off) noun
tell on
1. to have a bad effect on. Smoking began to tell on his health.
2. to give information about (a person, usually if they are doing something wrong). I'm late for work – don't tell on me!
tell tales
to give away secret or private information about the (usually wrong) actions of others. You must never tell tales.
tell the time
to (be able to) know what time it is by looking at a clock etc or by any other means. He can tell the time from the position of the sun; Could you tell me the time, please?
there's no telling
it is impossible to know. There's no telling what he'll do!
you never can tell
it is possible. It might rain – you never can tell.

teller

أَمِيـنُ الصُّنْدُوق pokladník kasserer Erzähler ταμίας cajero, narrador kertoja caissier bankovni blagajnik cassiere 話し手 이야기하는 사람 kasbediende forteller narrator caixa рассказчик kassör พนักงานรับฝาก-ถอนเงินในธนาคาร anlatıcı người kể chuyện 出纳员
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While Sir Dinadan was waiting for his turn to enter the lists, he came in there and sat down and began to talk; for he was always making up to me, because I was a stranger and he liked to have a fresh market for his jokes, the most of them having reached that stage of wear where the teller has to do the laughing himself while the other person looks sick.
Neither has it been possible for the writer of it to render the full force of the Zulu idiom nor to convey a picture of the teller.
If the chevalier did allow himself this bit of shrewd practice,--which, by the bye, would have won him the regard of the Chevalier de Gramont, a smile from the Baron de Foeneste, a shake of the hand from the Marquis de Moncade,--was he any the less that amiable guest, that witty talker, that imperturbable card-player, that famous teller of anecdotes, in whom all Alencon took delight?
You would not think the place a vale at all, unless you were told so beforehand, and had confidence in the veracity of the teller.
He is the true and only doctor; he knows and tells; he is the only teller of news, for he was present and privy to the appearance which he describes.
Here are not many people--and as it is desirable that a story- teller and a story-reader should establish a mutual understanding as soon as possible, I beg it to be noticed that I confine this observation neither to young people nor to little people, but extend it to all conditions of people: little and big, young and old: yet growing up, or already growing down again--there are not, I say, many people who would care to sleep in a church.
But later we begin to care very much indeed what words the story- teller uses, and how he uses them.
In his quality of local postman, Goguelat carries all the news of the countryside, and a good deal of practice acquired in this way has made him an orator in great request at up-sittings, and the champion teller of stories in the district.
NCR Corporation, the global leader in consumer transaction technologies, today announced that Fubon Bank (Hong Kong) Limited ( Fubon Bank ) has become the first bank in Greater China to introduce NCR Interactive Teller to transform its traditional branch banking and enhance customers banking experiences.
Built on sleek, modern hardware with an interactive touchscreen, this new software-based technology allows a live teller to take remote control of an ATM to assist customers with majority of transactions typically completed by tellers inside a branch.
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Now that bank are challenged to find a better way to branch--one with lower costs, that responds better to changing consumer expectations and that creates a unique customer experience--is it possible to reconfigure the teller function to respond to these needs?