account holder
account holder /əˈkaʊnt ˈhəʊldə/

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bank
bank /bæŋk/
(n) an organization that provides various financial services, for example keeping or lending money
Example: There is only one bank in this town.


card
card /kɑːd/
(n) thick, stiff paper; a piece of this for writing on
Example: The model of the building was made of card.


cash
cash /kæʃ/
(n) money in the form of coins or notes
Example: Payments can be made by cheque or in cash.


cash flow
cash flow /kæʃ fləʊ/
the movement of money into and out of a business as goods are bought and sold
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cheque
cheque /tʃek/
(n) a printed form that you can write on and sign as a way of paying for something instead of using money
Example: to write a cheque


cost
cost /kɒst/
(v) the amount of money that you need in order to buy, make or do something
Example: It costs a fortune to fly first class.


credit
credit /ˈkredɪt/
(n) an arrangement that you make, with a shop for example, to pay later for something you buy
Example: Your credit limit is now £2000.


current account
current account /ˈkʌrənt əˈkaʊnt/
a type of bank account that you can take money out of at any time, and that provides you with a debit card and (sometimes) a chequebook
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debit
debit / ˈdɛbɪt /
a written note in a bank account or other financial record of a sum of money owed or spent
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exceed
exceed /ɪkˈsiːd/
(v.) to be greater than a particular number or amount
Example: The price will not exceed £100.


grant
grant /ɡrɑːnt/
(n) to agree to give somebody what they ask for, especially formal or legal permission to do something
Example: He has been awarded a research grant.


in figures
in figures /ɪn ˈfɪɡə(r)z/
the symbol for a number or an amount expressed in numbers
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in words
in words /ɪn wɜːdz/
to explain it more clearly
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limit
limit /ˈlɪmɪt/
(n) the greatest or smallest amount of something that is allowed
Example: to push/stretch/test somebody/something to the limit