banker's order

banker's order
'banker's .order

Dictionary of contemporary English. 2013.

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  • banker's order — noun A standing order (qv under ↑stand) • • • Main Entry: ↑bank * * * banker’s order UK US noun [countable] [singular banker’s order plural …   Useful english dictionary

  • banker's order — ˌbanker s ˈorder noun [countable, uncountable] }} US }} noun [C or U] UK ► BANKING STANDING ORDER(Cf. ↑standing order) …   Financial and business terms

  • banker's order — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms banker s order : singular banker s order plural banker s orders British a standing order 1) …   English dictionary

  • banker’s order — / bæŋkəz ˌɔ:də/ noun an order written by a customer asking a bank to make a regular payment ● He pays his subscription by banker’s order …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • banker's order — An order to a bank by a customer to pay a specified amount at specified times (e.g. monthly or quarterly), until the order is cancelled, from a specific bank account of the customer to another named bank account …   Accounting dictionary

  • banker's order — noun (C) BrE a standing order …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • banker's order — See standing order …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • banker's order — /bæŋkəz ˈɔdə/ (say bangkuhz awduh) noun a customer s written order to a bank to make a payment or a series of payments on his or her behalf …   Australian English dictionary

  • banker’s order — Fin an instruction by a customer to a bank to pay a specific amount at regular intervals, usually monthly or annually, until the order is cancelled …   The ultimate business dictionary

  • banker's order — noun Brit. an instruction to a bank to make payments of a stated sum at regular intervals …   English new terms dictionary

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