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place where banks collect bills and cheques free of charge

Definition (britisch)

bill, cheque
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

bill, cheque
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, Synonyme, Antonyme

bill, cheque
Merriam Webster

Etymology

bill, cheque
Online Etymology Dictionary
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der Pariplatz

Finanzglossar

Pariplatz
Finanzlexikon

Finanzglossar

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