a business organization which performs services connected with money, especially keeping money for customers and paying it out on demand
land along the side of a river, lake, etc.
a pile or ridge of earth, mud, snow, etc.
place (money) in a bank
"they pulled the canoe up on the bank"
"he sat on the bank of the river and watched the currents"
"he cashed a check at the bank"
"that bank holds the mortgage on my home"
"a huge bank of earth"
"he operated a bank of switches"
"he tried to break the bank at Monte Carlo"
"the coin bank was empty"
"the bank is on the corner of Nassau and Witherspoon"
"the plane went into a steep bank"
"the pilot had to bank the aircraft"
"Where do you bank in this town?"
"She deposits her paycheck every month"
"bank a fire"
"We can trust in God"
"Rely on your friends"
"bank on your good education"
"I swear by my grandmother's recipes"
Tiber trembled underneath her banks.
出自：Julius Caesar , Shakespeare
Daisies on the banks of the road.
出自： W. Wollaston
She would not let Lena touch her wages, but put it in the bank for her.
出自： G. Stein
Drawing a cheque is not nearly so simple an operation in an American bank as in an English one.
出自： G. Greene
A silent streame..Banckt about with choyce of flowers.
出自： R. Greene
A ridge of rocks that bank'd its side.
The altar was completely banked with flowers.
出自： M. McCarthy
I'm banking on your help.
He was banking on the train being on time.
他指望火车能正点。 bank on v-ing
We mustn't bank on getting their agreement.
我们不应指望会得到他们的同意。 bank on sb v-ing
We were banking on John knowing the way.
我们本指望约翰会知道走哪条路。 bank on sb to-v
I'm banking on you to help me with the arrangements.