Definition of banker's card in English:

banker's card

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noun

British
Another term for cheque card.
More example sentences
  • One elderly lady in Malton was persuaded to part with £240, and was intimidated into giving a series of cheques, each supported by banker's cards.
  • As he lay dying outside the club two items were stolen from him - a Nokia 8310 mobile phone and a brown leather wallet containing the withdrawn £20, a banker's card and Sky television card.
  • Despite possessing an international banker's card and money in the bank, the immigration service ruled she lacked enough funds to support herself in the UK.

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