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(1) I don't like to withdraw money at a bank machine.

(2) I don't like to withdraw money on a bank machine.


Which preposition is correct? Thank you very much.

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Use 'from' instead.

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Both 'at' and 'from' are possible in the U.S., but not 'on'.

CJ

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ansonguybank machine.

The usual terms in British English are cashpoint or cash machine.

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ansonguybank machine.

The usual terms in British English are cashpoint or cash machine.

Around here in the US, "ATM" has become usual.