National-bank



noun
1.
a bank chartered by the U.S. government and formerly authorized to issue notes that served as money.
2.
a bank owned and administered by the government, as in some European countries.
noun
1.
(in the US) a commercial bank incorporated under a Federal charter and legally required to be a member of the Federal Reserve System Compare state bank
2.
a bank owned and operated by a government

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