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You'II have to show your passport if youwant to goto the bar.
2.documentation[.dp kju men'ter f(e) n] (n.)文(证)件，开户证明材料
Once the evaluation is done we help themfile the documentation.
3.identity card[ar'dent rtr] (np) 身份证We will need you to show your identitycard to book your tickets.
4.student card(np) 学生证
You will get your library card after you regis-ter with your student card.
5.open an account(vp) 开户
He tried to open an account at the branchof this bank nearest to his workplace.
6.account number(np) 账号
Please write down your account number，your name and the amount on this with-drawal slip.
7.discount['disk aunt] (n.) 折扣
This has forced airlines to discount faresheavily in order to spur demand.
Your fixed account is mature and can bewithdrawn anytime.
9.student account(np) 学生账户
It is extremely easy to open a student ac-count in a bank herein the UK.Let me tell
you what information you'Ⅱneed.
10.current account(np) 活期账户
Your current account is automatically deb-ited with the amount of your purchase.
11.deposit account(np) 定期账户
You can use the money in your deposit ac-count without any limitation on time butyou can't earn any interest in such account.12.joint account(np) 联名账户
Please take the necessary steps to removeher name from our joint account.
13.instant account (np) 速成户头
For the convenience of message to your in-stant account and offers information，
please include your phone number.
14.issue a creditcard签发信用卡
We do require a deposit before we can issueyou a personal creditcard
A bank has the right to pay itself back out ofyour next deposit for any fees or overdraftloans that you owe.
16.debit card['de brt] (np) 借记卡
Maybe you have a debit card.You put itinto a machine， and i tasks you for your PIN.17.Mastercard['ma：ste'ka：d](np)万事达卡Mastercard had traditionally used a logothat had overlapping yellow and red circleswith the word Mastercard written over thetop.
Regardless of daily shopping， hotel reserva-tions， or online bookstore shopping， Visacards are the most recognized and acceptedby merchants.
19.signature card (np) 签名卡
When you open an account， you are askedto fill out a signature card.You must becareful to sign your name exactly as youintend to write it on your checks.
20.AmericanExpress[e'me riken ik's pres](np)美国运通卡
Do you accept AmericanExpress ChargeCards?I'd like to cash a traveler's check.
21.checkbook[tje kb uk] (n.) 支票簿
Most people never study the subject.Theygoto work， get their paycheck， balancetheir checkbooks， and that'sit.
For our guests'convenience， traveler'schecks cashed here.
23.cash the check (vp) 兑现
When you arrive at your destination， you'lhave to goto a bank to cash the checks.
24.earn interest[3：n'int(e) rist] (vp) 获利息Banks hold those bonds because they earninterest and are generally less risky than
25.(annual/yearly) interest rate(np) (年)利率
Could you tell me your current balance solcan check for the most suitable plan withthe highest interest rate for you?
26.daily interest account(np) 按天计息账户
Besides the checking account， we have amonthly savings account and a daily inter-est account.
27.weekly interest account(np) 按周计息账户
The best weekly interest accounts offer upto 12%interest on stable coins and will letyou earn 6%interest on more popular in-
struments like Bit coin.
28.monthly savings account(np) 按月计息账户
You deposit your check in your monthlysavings account where it earns interestuntil you transfer it to cover the checks youwrite to pay your bills.
29.once a day/week/month/year(pp) 一天/周/月/年一次
Ⅰcheck my bankaccount once a month tosee if my part-time job money's arrived yet.30.apply for a loan(vp) 申请贷款
Congratulations!You are totally eligible toapply for a loan for your business.
31.long-term loan(np) 长期贷款
Banks handle long-term loans and
short-term loans very differently.
32.low-interest loan(np) 低息贷款
The law offers new companies financial as-sistance for office space， equipment andtraining.It also provides lowinterestloan s.
33.grant a loan(vp)同意贷款
As of January， a total of 550 billion dollarloans have been granted this way.
I'm afraid we can not payoff at one time.Wehave to pay by instalment.