Translation of automated teller machine in Spanish:

automated teller machine

cajero automático, n.

(automatic teller machine)


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    cajero automático masculine
    • In addition, a customer may withdraw cash from a network of automated teller machines through the use of a card and personal identification number.
    • Payment cards also may enable the customer to obtain cash and access other bank services from an automated teller machine.
    • I enjoy the user-friendliness of banking online, so it's a rare day that I visit a bank branch - other than to withdraw cash or make a deposit using an automated teller machine.
    • Ellen goes to the dimly-lit automated teller machine in the corner and swipes her ATM card.
    • The late '70s and early '80s saw the creation of large-scale corporate databases, the rollout of automated teller machines, and the invention and spread of the personal computer.
    • She was all wobbly on her feet, so he had to help her to an automated teller machine so she could withdraw money to foot the hospital bills.
    • Regulators are particularly worried that some banks provide the service even at automated teller machines (ATMs).
    • The automated teller machine that dispenses cash and other banking transactions has become ubiquitous in many parts of the world.
    • A major bank prevented its all customers from making transactions at automated teller machines yesterday as it investigated a suspected case of fraud.
    • The company also plans to install the country's first network of automated teller machines, which would enable cardholders to withdraw dinars or dollars from their accounts.
    • He alleged that four armed men approached him minutes after he had withdrawn money from an automated teller machine, and they threatened to shoot him.
    • Some are structured so that a cardholder pays a fee every time the card is used in an automated teller machine or at a cash register.
    • It has 144 branches and 186 automated teller machines.
    • For example, many bank cards can extract local currency from automated teller machines worldwide.
    • There's a good chance that your bank has given you a card that performs both functions and allows you to withdraw money from an automated teller machine.
    • As a result, most bank customers use automated teller machines instead of queuing up inside a bank.
    • There is virtually no computer skill necessary because we've designed it like an automated teller machine with a multiple-choice test.
    • You can also teach them the basics of using an automated teller machine.
    • Workers can withdraw cash once a week from any automated teller machine without paying a fee.
    • Customers get mad when they're forced to change the way they make deposits or when familiar options on the automated teller machines are switched around.