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Synonyms for bank

deposit

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bank on something

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bank with someone

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  • deal with
  • do business with
  • have an account with
  • be a customer of

mass

Synonyms for bank

to put into a disordered pile

to place (money) in a bank

bank on: to place trust or confidence in

Synonyms for bank

sloping land (especially the slope beside a body of water)

a long ridge or pile

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an arrangement of similar objects in a row or in tiers

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a supply or stock held in reserve for future use (especially in emergencies)

the funds held by a gambling house or the dealer in some gambling games

a slope in the turn of a road or track

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a container (usually with a slot in the top) for keeping money at home

a building in which the business of banking transacted

a flight maneuver

tip laterally

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enclose with a bank

do business with a bank or keep an account at a bank

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act as the banker in a game or in gambling

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be in the banking business

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put into a bank account

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cover with ashes so to control the rate of burning

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have confidence or faith in

References in periodicals archive ?
Bankes identified the second picture as Lycurgus giving the law to the people, and indeed this would have formed a suitable pair with Numa, also a law-giver--for Plutarch also paired the two figures in his Lives.
As in the Bankes case, they grow angry at other drivers who bother them.
Aesop's Fables, Stiwt, Rhos, tonight; Canolfan Eglwys Noddfa Caernarfon, March 22; Northop Edith Bankes Memorial Hall March 23; Mostyn Community Centre, March 24.
Fallon has sometimes focused on televised racing in the past few months, asking himself where he would have been positioned in certain races, and he was quick to hold a handy position from his draw in stall two on the inner as he tracked the leader Primrose Bankes in the early stages.
Our efforts on this front won World BankEs praise last year.
These tips, presented in the form of a conversation between Benjamin Bankes of the AICPA's Feed the Pig program and Savingsman[TM], icon of ASEC's Choose to Save program, recommend paying down debt and starting a long-term cash reserve.
One of nine brothers and sisters, he lived with his family in a cramped terraced house in Bankes Road, Small Heath.
Nigel Bankes, show director, said: "For the first time at one event, the diversity of Britain's national, regional and local beers will be on tap, complemented by some of the best of the nation's food producers.
The brilliantly gifted heir to landed estates and a fortune, Bankes would seem to have had everything needed for success, but even an income of 8000 [pounds sterling] a year and an entree to the heart of the political and social establishment was not enough to reconcile his complicated, combative and restless nature to the constraints of this 'tight little island'.
Jimmy Dickson, originally from Hamilton, had a smile on his face after Blackpool Mamma's upset evens favourite Lord Bankes in the Maiden Auction Stakes.
Our CleanTouch antimicrobial Ring Binders are designed to promote cleaner environments - at work, at home, in hospitals, in restaurants and hotels, in our children's schools," said James Bankes, President and Chief Executive Officer of Samsill Corporation.
Goals: Hughes 10, Holloway 22, Craig 52 REFEREE: Peter Bankes ATTENDANCE: 14,175
YEOVIL manager Gary Johnson described red-carded Ben Nugent and referee Peter Bankes as "unprofessional".
Nevertheless, the sending-off served to stir up the Dragons, who came back into the contest with a vengeance, and they were further upset by referee Peter Bankes after he waved away a penalty appeal when Dean Keates appeared to be pulled back as he connected with an Ashton free kick and forced Lewis into a rare second-half save.
Rafiq, of Bankes Road, Small Heath, Birmingham, was jailed for eight years at the city's Crown Court on March 14, having been convicted of rape and sexual assault.