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VŠE 2AJ20X (angličtina)

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Word-building

Glossary: unit24

any form of money which by law must be accepted when offered in payment
the system of exchanging goods for other goods rather than for money
1) any kind of money that is in general use as cash, passing from person to person, such as coins and banknotes, 2)the money of a particular country
paper money or coins of little or no intrinsic (material) value in themselves, that is, accepted as money only because the government declares it to be money
money in the form of coins and notes
the easy and speed with which an asset can be converted into a medium of exchange
(ses Cheque) a special printed form filled in a signed by a person (the drawer) asking a bank (the drawee) to pay a sum of money to someone (the payee)
(see Money supply) the total of all the money held by all persons and organizations in a country at a particular time; the whole of a country’s existing stock (or supply) of money to hold as a liquid asset
the fact that payments to be made in the future are usually specified in terms of money
a plastic card which is used instead of money to pay for goods and services. The cost is charged to one’s account and paid later
money that has value as a commodity as well as in its role as money, such as precious metals, cows, tobacco, or other tangible goods
a small plastic card with a memory chip
“I owe you” – a piece of paper saying that one owes a certain amount of money to someone, signed and dated, forming a simple acknowledgement of a debt
a special printed form filled in a signed by a person (the drawer) asking a bank (the drawee) to pay a sum of money to someone (the payee)
a plastic card which is used instead of money or a cheque to pay for goods and services. The cost is taken directly from the user’s bank account. Debit cards can also be used to obtain money from cash dispensers
the ability to store wealth or purchasing power for future use
a measure of value and a standard of comparing values of different goods and services
the total of all the money held by all persons and organizations in a country at a particular time; the whole of a country’s existing stock (or supply) of money to hold as a liquid asset
a bank account which usually earns little or no interest and from which money can be taken out at any time by cheque
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