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Banking meaning in Urdu

Banking Sentence

Online banking.

Banking Definitions

1) Banking : بینکنگ کا پیشہ : (noun) engaging in the business of keeping money for savings and checking accounts or for exchange or for issuing loans and credit etc.


Useful Words

Finance : مالی معاملات چلانا , Account : کھاتہ , Hawala : ہنڈی , Lender : قرض دینے والا , Acceptance : بینک کے اوقات , Checkbook : چیک بک , Home Banking : ہوم بینکاری , Bean Town : بوسٹن , Exchanger : رقوم کا تبادلہ کرنے والا , Accountant : محاسب , Receivables : قابل وصول اثاثہ جات , Accounting : حسابی نظام , Accounts Payable : واجب الادا رقم , Accounts Receivable : قابل وصول رقم , Bank : تجوری , Stringency : تنگی , Marketing : خرید و فروخت , Break : کھلا کرانا , Ransom : رقم واپس کر کے بکا ہوا مال لینا , Barter : رقم کے بغیر اشیاء کا تبادلہ کرنا , Sell : بیچنا , Cab : کرائے پر چلنے والی موٹر , House Sitter : گھر کی دیکھ بھال کرنے والا , Pawnbroker : گروی رکھنے والا , Acquirer : تاجروں کو تجارتی قرضے دینے والا بینک , High-Yield Bond : ردی بانڈ , Paypal : انٹرنیٹ پر رقم منتقل کرنے کی سہولت , Capital : سرمایہ , Compensating Balance : کم از کم رقم , Letter Of Credit : بنک کی طرف سے بھیجا ہوا خط , Calibration : تعین کا طریقہ کار

Useful Words Definitions

Finance: the management of money and credit and banking and investments.

Account: a formal contractual relationship established to provide for regular banking or brokerage or business services.

Hawala: an underground banking system based on trust whereby money can be made available internationally without actually moving it or leaving a record of the transaction.

Lender: someone who lends money or gives credit in business matters.

Acceptance: banking: a time draft drawn on and accepted by a bank.

Checkbook: a book issued to holders of checking accounts.

Home Banking: banking in which transactions are conducted by means of electronic communication (via telephone or computer).

Bean Town: state capital and largest city of Massachusetts; a major center for banking and financial services.

Exchanger: one whose business is to exchange the money of one country for that of another country.

Accountant: someone who maintains and audits business accounts.

Receivables: money that you currently expect to receive from notes or accounts.

Accounting: a bookkeeper`s chronological list of related debits and credits of a business; forms part of a ledger of accounts.

Accounts Payable: a debtor`s accounts of money he owes; normally arise from the purchase of products or services.

Accounts Receivable: a creditor`s accounts of money owed to him; normally arise from the sale of products or services.

Bank: a container (usually with a slot in the top) for keeping money at home.

Stringency: a state occasioned by scarcity of money and a shortage of credit.

Marketing: the exchange of goods for an agreed sum of money.

Break: exchange for smaller units of money.

Ransom: exchange or buy back for money; under threat.

Barter: exchange goods without involving money.

Sell: exchange or deliver for money or its equivalent.

Cab: a car driven by a person whose job is to take passengers where they want to go in exchange for money.

House Sitter: a custodian who lives in and cares for a house while the regular occupant is away (usually without an exchange of money).

Pawnbroker: a person who lends money at interest in exchange for personal property that is deposited as security.

Acquirer: a credit card processing bank; merchants receive credit for credit card receipts less a processing fee.

High-Yield Bond: a (speculative) bond with a credit rating of BB or lower; issued for leveraged buyouts and other takeovers by companies with questionable credit.

Paypal: paypal is global e-commerce business allowing payments and money transfers to be made through the Internet.

Capital: wealth in the form of money or property owned by a person or business and human resources of economic value.

Compensating Balance: a minimum credit balance that a bank may require a borrower to keep on deposit as a condition for granting a loan; a common requirement for establishing a line of credit at a bank.

Letter Of Credit: a document issued by a bank that guarantees the payment of a customer's draft; substitutes the bank's credit for the customer's credit.

Calibration: the act of checking or adjusting (by comparison with a standard) the accuracy of a measuring instrument.

Banking in Book Titles

Banking Regulation of UK and US Financial Markets.
Lender Liability and Banking Litigation.
Domestic and International Banking.