Teller – meaning of the word and examples

A person who counts votes at an election. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A person employed in a bank to receive and pay out money. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A person employed to deal with customers’ transactions in a bank. (Oxford Dictionaries)

A cashpoint machine. (Oxford Dictionaries)

One that relates or communicates. (Merriam – Webster)

teller is someone who works in a bank and who customers pay money to or get money from. (Collins Dictionary)

Examples

Why bank tellers won’t become extinct any time soon.

https://eu.usatoday.com/story/money/personalfinance/2017/03/27/why-bank-tellers-wont-become-extinct-any-time-soon/99320674/

Automatic teller machine.

http://www.theurdudictionary.com/default.asp?word=automatic%20teller%20machine&lang=en

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