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Noun
A financial establishment, typically one that manages money deposited by clients
“She would rather have to repay the bank than borrow from her parents and have to repay them.”
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A stock of something available for use when required
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“The community is trained to set up a bank of food grains from which they can borrow during times of need.”
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The land alongside or sloping down to a river or lake
“The poplar and willow trees line the opposite bank of the River Kennet from the Town Mill homes.”
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A long, high mass or mound of a particular substance
“The shop occupies a prominent and elevated position on a grassy bank next to the Market Cross.”
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The boundary or outer limits of something or someplace
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“They would run across another ten feet of rock until they reached the opposite bank of the forest.”
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A set of similar things, especially electrical or electronic devices, grouped together in rows
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“In that grey box is a bank of batteries.”
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A board or panel containing items or controls
“She found the bank of switches and brushed them on with a plump forefinger.”
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A large number of something
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A long artificial mound of earth and stone, built to hold back water, for protection or to support a road
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A measure of the steepness of a slope
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One who lends, especially money
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A submerged sandbank visible at low water
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The total sum of the bets made on a round in poker, brag, etc
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A protective wall or earth defence along the top of a trench or other place of concealment for troops
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The funds or revenue of a state, institution, or society
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A public building or room for entertainment, especially gambling
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A platform that extends outwards from a building
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A continuous vertical brick or stone structure that encloses or divides an area of land
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A long seat for several people, typically made of wood or stone
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To put away or aside (for later use)
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“He decided to bank the money at a safe place until things calmed down.”
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To lean, tilt or veer
“The aircraft continued to bank to the right, losing altitude and picking up speed in the process.”
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To heap (a substance) into a mass or mound
“The winds would bank the snow in front of the windows where it would remain until it melted in the spring.”
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To heap up (a fire) with tightly packed fuel so that it burns slowly
“The water was heated by the coal range, and we would bank up the fire before going to bed so we would have plenty of hot water in the morning.”
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(bank with) To use the services of a bank
“I chose to bank with them at a young age, and my accounts have remained with them ever since.”
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To earn or be paid
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(rely on/upon one) To depend on with full trust or confidence
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To move in a (usually sharp) turn
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To provide with money for a particular purpose
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Trade in
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