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bank clerk

noun

, British.


bank clerk

noun

  1. an employee of a bank


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Word History and Origins

Origin of bank clerk1

First recorded in 1820–30

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Example Sentences

In 1903 this prohibition to foreigners was disputed by a British bank-clerk who arrived in Manila for a foreign bank.

It looked for a while as though the bank clerk was determined to have me arrested for calling him a bad name.

I think he'd make a very good bank-clerk, but at present he wants to go to sea.

But he is only a bank clerk now, because, not having a home near the University, it was impossible for him to go there.

Half an hour afterwards, Dufour and a bank-clerk arrived at Mademoiselle de la Tour's.

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