Pronunciation of Bank
/bˈaŋk/, /bˈaŋk/, /b_ˈa_ŋ_k/
Synonyms for bank:
the Fed, cirrus, cumulus, smorgasbord, bench, sub-prime, lakefront, merchant bank, variety, force down, lending rate, Chips, sort code, pay in, sock away, private bank, delta, ghat, banking, corpus, coastline, seaboard, credit limit, registry, welter, grab bag, water vapor, taxi, nexus, depositor, unsecured, overfly, lender, saver, phalanx, safe-deposit box, safety deposit box, overcast, the FDIC, cardholder, sandbank, Bank book, waterside, mudflats, isthmus, vapor, overdraft, oceanfront, stash, sampler, investment bank, Bund, bank statement, counting house, wall, glide, scud, touch down, cumulonimbus, bevy, subset, miscellany, cirrostratus, Shroff, peninsula, the Square Mile, mother lode, riverbank, debit, shoreline, ditch, wad, promontory, home banking, assortment, seaside, sand dune, flight-test, Thunderhead, compilation, dam, TELEBANKING, fogbound, cd, seashore, quayside, money market, discount rate, bank draft, Libor, the World Bank, thundercloud, BIPS, savings ratio, central bank, real-time authorization, EFTPOS, lift off, conglomeration, promenade, the Federal Reserve, dockside, credit union, mutual fund, agglomeration, dune, borrower, interest rate, headland, clearing bank, lakeside, telephone banking, bank rate, riverside, direct debit, survival kit, night depository, waterfront, sea mist, storm cloud, direct deposit, cirrocumulus, Overdrawn.
clearinghouse, mountain, eject, stack up, scramble, crop, heap, system, bale, mound, misty, paraphernalia, saving, gear, banker, portfolio, airlift, foggy, teller, cape, cloudy, pall, package deal, pyramid, collateral, ensemble, siphon, thrift, passbook, talk down, apr, nimbus, kit, pile, harvest, catchment area.
Other synonyms and related words:
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
exchequer, credit union, clearinghouse, clearing bank, the FDIC, banker, counting house, central bank, the Fed.
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
Sense 9 (noun)
bank on (noun)
financial institution (noun)
ground bounding waters (noun)
row or tier of objects (noun)
savings and loan association (noun)
warehouse, depot, larder, emporium, cellar, closet, granary, safe, cupboard, supermarket, lumberyard, treasure, arsenal, bin, depository, market, accumulation, crib, storeroom, locker, buttery, silo, storage, coffer, commissary, storehouse, grocery, hayloft, mart, library, vault, Corncrib, repository, armory.
collect money or advantage (verb)
lean or tilt (verb)
Usage examples for bank:
- " The bank is never wrong! - "Pixie O'Shaughnessy", Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey.
- It looks like a board, replied Fronklyn; it may be of use to us in making our way along this bank. - "A Lieutenant at Eighteen", Oliver Optic.
- And- if you walk into that bank- well, you'll never walk out again, alone! - "The Orange-Yellow Diamond", J. S. Fletcher.