Translation of banker in Spanish:

banker

Pronunciation: /ˈbæŋkər; ˈbæŋkə(r)/

n

  • 1.1 [Finance/Finanzas] banquero, (masculine, feminine)
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    • They do it to bulge the bank accounts of bankers, company managers, and investors all over the world.
    • The article discusses six Barclays bankers who managed to spend £44,000 on one meal.
    • We have been acting as bankers and managers to public issues.
    1.2 (in gambling) banca (feminine)
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    • The banker has to be Baracouda (Stayers' Hurdle, Thur 1435).
    • The opening race of the meeting, which began to the sound of the famous Cheltenham cheer, was won by Brave Inca, one of the Irish bankers of the meeting.
    • Moscow Flyer also proved to be the pick of Geraghty's winners last year, taking the Queen Mother Champion Chase and the 10-year-old as his banker once again this year.

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