Definition of banknote in English:

banknote

Line breaks: bank|note
Pronunciation: /ˈbaŋknəʊt
 
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noun

A piece of paper money, constituting a central bank’s promissory note to pay a stated sum to the bearer on demand: a £100 banknote
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  • Those means cannot be provided by printing banknotes and by credit on the bank books.
  • Its foremost vehicle in continental Europe is the issue of non-redeemable legal tender banknotes.
  • It is, therefore, something of a misnomer to speak of the transfer of funds as there is no actual transfer of coins and banknotes from the payer to the payee.
Synonyms
note; North Americanbill
North American informal greenback
North American & historical Treasury note
(banknotes)paper money

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