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bank /bæŋk/ noun [countable]

سکو ، صخره زیرابی کم ارتفاع ، کنار ، لب ، ساحل ، ضرابخانه ، رویهم انباشتن ، در بانک گذاشتن ، کپه کردن ، بلند شدن (ابر یا دود) بطور متراکم ، بانکداری کردن ، کامپیوتر: بانک ، عمران: ساحل ، معماری: کپه کردن ، قانون ـ فقه: در بانک گذاشتن ، زیست شناسی: کرانه دیواری ، بازرگانی: بانک ، ورزش: قسمت برجسته سر پیچ ، علوم هوایی: دوران یا متمایل شدن هواپیما حول محور طولی ، علوم نظامی: کناره توده
الکترونیک: بانک ، کامپیوتر: کرانه دیواری ، زیست شناسی: بانک ، تجارت خارجی: بانک ، در بانک گذاشتن ، حقوق: قسمت برجسته سر پیچ ، اسبدوانی ، : ورزشی: دوران یا متمایل شدن هواپیما حول محور طولی ، هواپیمایی: ساحل ، سکو ، کپه کردن ، معماری: صخره زیرابی کم ارتفاع ، ساحل ، کناره توده ، علوم نظامی: ساحل ، عمران: بانک ، اقتصاد: کنار، لب ، ساحل ، بانک ، ضرابخانه ، رویهم انباشتن ، در بانک گذاشتن ، کپه کردن ، بلند شدن( ابر یا دود )بطور متراکم ، بانکداری کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- storehouse, depository, repository
- store, accumulation, fund, hoard, reserve, reservoir, savings, stock, stockpile
- save, deposit, keep
- mound, banking, embankment, heap, mass, pile, ridge
- side, brink, edge, margin, shore
- pile, amass, heap, mass, mound, stack
- tilt, camber, cant, heel, incline, pitch, slant, slope, tip
row, array, file, group, line, rank, sequence, series, succession
Contrasted words: draw out, take out, withdraw, disburse, expend, fork (over or out), lay out, pay (out), spend
Related Idioms: water's edge
Related Words: snowbank, snowdrift, cloudage, fogbank, bankside, levee, riverfront, streamside, lakefront, lakeshore, lakeside, margin, oceanfront, seabank, seabeach, seaboard, seafront, sea frontage, sea line, sea sands, shingle, compact, concentrate, invest, lay aside, lay away, salt away, salt down, save, set aside, sock away, cache, coffer, hoard, squirrel (away), stash
English Thesaurus: river, tributary, estuary, canal, delta, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. bank1 S1 W1 /bæŋk/ noun [countable]
[Sense 1,3,7: Date: 1400-1500; Language: French; Origin: banque, from Old Italian banca 'long seat, bank']
[Sense 2,4,6,8: Date: 1100-1200; Origin: Probably from a Scandinavian language. ]
[Sense 5: Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: banc 'long seat']

a) a business that keeps and lends money and provides other financial services
in the bank
We have very little money in the bank.
Barclays Bank
a bank loan
b) a local office of a bank:
I have to go to the bank at lunch time.clearing bank, merchant bank

2. RIVER/LAKE land along the side of a river or lake
bank of
the banks of the River Dee
the river bank

3. blood/sperm/organ bank a place where human blood etc is stored until someone needs it

4. CLOUDS/MIST a large mass of clouds, mist etc:
a fog bank
bank of
banks of mist

5. RAISED AREA a large sloping mass of earth, sand, snow etc:
She was sitting on a grassy bank.
bank of
steep banks of snow
banks of flowers

6. MACHINES a large number of machines, television screens etc arranged close together in a row
bank of
banks of TV monitors

7. GAME a supply of money used to gamble, that people can win ⇒ break the bank at break1(24)

8. be makin' bank American English spoken informal to earn a lot of money for the work that you do:
Check out Omar’s new car. The brother must be makin' bank.

9. ROAD a slope made at a bend in a road or racetrack to make it safer for cars to go around
bottle bank, food bank, memory bank

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. bank2 verb

a) [transitive] to put or keep money in a bank:
Did you bank that check?
b) [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to keep your money in a particular bank
bank with
Who do you bank with?
bank at
I’ve always banked at First Interstate.

2. PLANE [intransitive] if a plane banks, it slopes to one side when turning:
The plane banked, and circled back toward us.

3. PILE/ROWS (also bank up) [transitive] British English to arrange something into a pile or into rows:
Snow was banked up on either side of the road.

4. CLOUD/MIST (also bank up) [transitive] to form a mass of cloud, mist etc:
Banked clouds promised rain.

5. FIRE (also bank up) [transitive] to cover a fire with wood or coal to keep it going for a long time:
Josie banked up the fire to last till morning.
bank on somebody/something phrasal verb
to depend on something happening or someone doing something Synonym : count on
bank on (somebody) doing something
I was banking on being able to get some coffee on the train.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. for money
ADJ. big, large, major | small | central, clearing, commercial, investment, issuing, reserve, savings The central bank has put up interest rates. The bond will be priced by the issuing bank. She has her money in one of the largest savings banks.
private | foreign, international, overseas
VERB + BANK go to | borrow (sth) from
BANK + VERB lend sb sth The bank lent her money to buy a car.
underwrite sth A group of ten international banks is to underwrite and sell the bonds.
collapse, crash Investors lost millions when the bank crashed.
BANK + NOUN account, balance, charges, deposit, loan, statement | manager | robber
PREP. from a/the ~ He got a large loan from the bank.
in a/the ~ I'll put half the money in the bank and spend the rest.
out of a/the ~ I need to get some money out of the bank.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. by a river/canal
ADJ. far, opposite, other We could see them waving on the opposite bank.
canal, river
VERB + BANK burst, overflow The River Frome had burst its banks after torrential rain.
PREP. along a/the ~ We strolled along the river bank.
on a/the ~ a picnic on the banks of the Thames

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. area of sloping ground
ADJ. steep | grassy
PREP. down a/the ~ The children rolled down the grassy bank.
up a/the ~

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

IV. mass of cloud, etc./row of machines, etc.
ADJ. huge, vast a huge bank of switches and buttons
PREP. ~ of a vast bank of cloud

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


go to the bank
I went to the bank and took out $80.
borrow from a bank
You may be able to borrow some money from the bank.
a bank lends something
The bank lent me £10,000 to help me start the business.
a bank account
How much do you have in your bank account at the moment?
your bank balance (=the actual amount that you have in your bank account)
I'm just going to check my bank balance online.
a bank card
You can withdraw money using your bank card.
bank charges
Will I have to pay bank charges on this account?
a bank clerk (=a junior worker in a bank)
He began his career as a bank clerk.
a bank loan
What's the interest rate on your bank loan?
a bank note (=a piece of paper money)
a $10 bank note
a bank statement (=a written statement of how much you have in a bank account)
I get a written bank statement once a month.
a bank manager
Could I make an appointment with the bank manager, please?
a bank robber/robbery
The bank robbers were never caught.
a high street bank (=one of the ordinary banks that most people use)
There's a lot of competition between the major high street banks.
a commercial bank (=an ordinary bank, or one that deals with large businesses)
the role of UK commercial banks in the debt crisis
an investment/merchant bank (=one that buys and sells stocks and shares etc)
Goldman Sachs, the US investment bank
a savings bank (=a bank that accepts your savings and provides mortgages)
a clearing bank (=one of the banks in Britain that uses a clearing house when dealing with other banks)
large commercial customers of the clearing banks
a central bank (=the main financial authority in a country)
The Bundesbank is the central bank of Germany.
the World Bank (=an international organization providing financial help to developing countries)
The road building was funded by the World Bank.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: piggy bank

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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