Definition of bill broker
: one who negotiates the discount of bills of exchange either as agent or usually by buying and selling them or buying them and carrying them with money borrowed upon them as security — compare note broker
billbroking\ˈbilˌbrōkiŋ, -ēŋ\ noun, plural
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Origin and Etymology of bill broker
4bill + broker
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