The Collaborative International Dictionary
Bank book \Bank" book`\ (b[a^][ng]k" b[oo^]k`). A book kept by a depositor, in which an officer of a bank enters the debits and credits of the depositor's account with the bank.
Usage examples of "bank book".
On the fourth day Evan had visited Emilio Carallo and gave him a photograph of a fine new fishing boat, along with its ownership papers, a prepaid course for his captain's licence, a bank book and a guarantee that no one from the island of Passage to China would ever bother him in El Descanso.
She would take her checkbook and bank book, so she could close out both her checking and savings ac.
She would take her checkbook and bank book, so she could close out both her checking and savings accounts.
He enters that on the books as a bank asset, credits your account with one hundred shekels, gives you a bank book, and some blank checks, and you thank him for the money, which is new money, monetized by your security and existing only as bookkeeping entries.