cash machine

  1. an unattended machine (outside some banks) that dispenses money when a personal coded card is used
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How To Use cash machine In A Sentence

  • Police said crooks blocked the slot of cash machines, then noted the pin number by looking over the customer's shoulder.
  • This was a sad day indeed for the big bad wolf of the banking world, and not just because it must forego those rich pickings it planned to cream off from two billion cash machine transactions a year.
  • The main banks have reciprocal agreements that allow each other's customers to use cash machines free of charge.
  • He urged anyone who had been hassled at a cash machine to check their accounts.
  • He said that tiny cameras the size of pinheads were also often attached to cash machines, often hidden among badges and stickers on the machine.
  • The government reassures us that cash machines will not run dry, and that supermarkets will have enough supplies between Christmas and the New Year.
  • Cash machine crime is increasing in Surrey and there have been incidents of cards being cloned after thieves tampered with machines.
  • In Britain, teams of crooks and engineers design camouflaged electronic devices and fit them to cash machines. Times, Sunday Times
  • I believe that the abolition of £5 notes from Britain's cash machines has contributed to our tendency to overspend.
  • Police were today hunting ram-raiders who tried to steal a cash machine from a Spar shop earlier today.
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