1 British; something extra obtained free; especially; extra rations
2 British; windfall, gratuity
ETYM Late Lat. bursarius, from bursa purse. Related to Burse, Purser.
The treasurer at a college or university.
College or school treasurer; holder of bursary.
An officer (as of a monastery or college) in charge of funds; treasurer.
ETYM French caissier, from caisse. Related to Cash.
1. One who has charge of money in a store or bank; a cash keeper.
2. Person who operates a cash register in a store, tallying up the amount owed.
3. One that has charge of money: as a high officer in a bank or trust company responsible for moneys received and expended; one who collects and records payments; an employee (as in a store) who handles monetary transactions.
A person in charge of paying wages.
An officer aboard a ship who keeps accounts and attends to the passengers' welfare.
Ship's officer in charge of finances and passengers
1. An employee of a bank who receives and pays out money; SYN. cashier, bank clerk.
2. An official appointed to count the votes (especially in legislative assembly); SYN. vote counter.
Sinonimi: financial officer
ETYM Old Eng. tresourer, French trésorier.
An officer charged with receiving and disbursing funds; SYN. financial officer.