From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Banking
banknotebank‧note, bank note /ˈbæŋknəʊt $ -noʊt/ noun [countable] BFBa piece of paper money SYN note British English, bill American English
Examples from the Corpus
banknoteAnd occasionally small finds, some coins; a banknote in a pocket.The last franc-denominated coin was struck some 18 months ago and the last banknote was printed last May.Could we produce to our normal high standards as many copies as possible of the enclosed 5 Naira banknote?The species of tomato they chose to grow in the banknote compost is called money maker.
From King Business Dictionarybanknotebank‧note /ˈbæŋknəʊt-noʊt/ (also bank note) noun [countable] British EnglishBANKING a piece of printed paper money made available by a bank, usually a country’s main bankSYNbank bill AmEOnly the country’s central bank has the right to issue banknotes.