bank discount

noun

Definition of bank discount 

: the interest discounted in advance on a note and computed on the face value of the note

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From Amazon devices on the cheap, to exclusive Anker power bank discounts, and a small, but decent eBay coupon, here are the best deals of the week. Cameron Faulkner, The Verge, "This week’s best deals include affordable Anker battery packs and Amazon devices," 25 Aug. 2018

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1803, in the meaning defined above

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bank discount

noun

Legal Definition of bank discount 

: the interest that is discounted in advance on a note and computed on the face value of the note

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