automatic teller machine


Definition of automatic teller machine 

: atm

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The woman withdrew $2,160 from the automatic teller machine, gave it to the man and deposited his checks in her account. Kimberly Fornek,, "Hinsdale police blotter: Woman conned out of $2,160 with phony checks," 14 June 2018 On June 27, 1967, a Barclays bank in Enfield, London, debuted what is widely regarded as the first automatic teller machine, or ATM. Carolina A. Miranda, The Atlantic, "The Unbearable Awkwardness of Automation," 13 June 2018 Also the automatic teller machines were disgusting. Dave Barry, miamiherald, "Classic '98: Funny money," 3 June 2018

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