Synonyms of bank in English

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bank1


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noun

1‘the banks of Lake Michigan’

SYNONYMS
edge, side, embankment, levee, border, verge, boundary, margin, rim, fringe, fringes, flank, brink, perimeter, circumference, extremity, periphery, limit, outer limit, limits, bound, bounds
literary marge, bourn, skirt

2‘a grassy bank’

SYNONYMS
slope, rise, incline, gradient, ramp, acclivity, tump
mound, ridge, hillock, hummock, knoll, hump, barrow, tumulus, earthwork, parados, berm
elevation, eminence, prominence
bar, reef, shoal, shelf
accumulation, pile, heap, mass, drift

3‘a bank of switches’

SYNONYMS
array, row, line, tier, group, series
panel, console, board

verb

1‘they banked up the earth around their hollow’

SYNONYMS
pile, pile up, heap, heap up, stack, stack up, make a pile of, make a heap of, make a stack of
accumulate, amass, assemble, put together

2‘she banked up the fire’

SYNONYMS
damp, damp down, smother, stifle

3‘she taught him how to bank the plane’

SYNONYMS
tilt, lean, tip, slant, incline, angle, slope, list, camber, pitch, dip, cant, be at an angle, put at an angle

Synonyms of bank in English

: bank1bank2

bank2


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noun

1‘I paid the money into my bank’

SYNONYMS
financial institution
commercial bank, merchant bank, savings bank, finance company, finance house, lender, mortgagee
British high-street bank, clearing bank, building society
North American savings and loan, savings and loan association, thrift

2‘a blood bank’

SYNONYMS
store, reserve, accumulation, stock, stockpile, inventory, supply, pool, fund, cache, hoard, deposit
storehouse, reservoir, repository, depository
rare amassment

verb

1‘I banked the cheque’

SYNONYMS
deposit, pay in
clear
save, save up, keep, keep in reserve, lay by, put aside, set aside, put by, put by for a rainy day, hoard, cache, garner
informal stash, stash away, salt away, squirrel away

2‘the family has banked with Coutts for generations’

SYNONYMS
have an account at, deposit one's money with, use, be a customer of, deal with, do business with

Phrases

    bank on

    ‘the prime minister cannot bank on their support’


    SYNONYMS

    rely on, depend on, count on, place reliance on, bargain on, plan on, reckon on, calculate on, presume on

    anticipate, expect, pin one's hopes on, hope for, take for granted, take as read, take on trust

    be confident of, have confidence in, have every confidence in, place confidence in, place one's confidence in, be sure of, pin one's faith on, trust in

    North American informal

    figure on