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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).]
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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
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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]
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banker

A sculptor’s workbench.
Dictionary of Unfamiliar Words by Diagram Group Copyright © 2008 by Diagram Visual Information Limited
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
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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
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

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
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

banker

n (Fin) → Bankier m, → Bankfachmann m/-fachfrau f, → Banker(in) m(f) (inf); (gambling) → Bankhalter(in) m(f)
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

banker

[ˈbæŋkəʳ] nbanchiere m
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

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.
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.

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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References in classic literature ?
"With pleasure," said the Honest Banker; "we shall be glad to do business with you; but first you must make yourself an honest man by restoring what you stole from the Government."
For he never travelled without a case of swords, with which he had fought many brilliant duels, or without a corresponding case for his mandolin, with which he had actually serenaded Miss Ethel Harrogate, the highly conventional daughter of a Yorkshire banker on a holiday.
Then offer him double that sum; a banker never loses an opportunity of doubling his capital."
"Is there any reason for ill-feeling between you two?" the banker inquired.
The banker's speech was fluent, but it was also copious, and he used up an appreciable amount of time in brief meditative pauses.
His father had failed at a time of commercial panic as a country banker, had paid a good dividend, and had died in exile abroad a broken-hearted man.
"But what other is there?" cried the banker with a gesture of despair.
A Billiard-maker, whose skill was immense, Might perhaps have won more than his share-- But a Banker, engaged at enormous expense, Had the whole of their cash in his care.
White, the banker's wife, complained to the tele- graph company, saying that the office in Winesburg was dirty and smelled abominably, but nothing came of her complaint.
The minister's wife (a cloak), the banker's daughters (the new sleeve) - they had but to pass our window once, and the scalp, so to speak, was in my mother's hands.
"I have got the address of your banker's correspondent in Paris.
The commissary having been buried with all the decorations suitable to the service (the whole team of proprieties were harnessed to his hearse, and they all had feathers and black velvet housings with his coat of arms in the corner), Mrs General began to inquire what quantity of dust and ashes was deposited at the bankers'.