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(noun) 
Definition
an institution offering services, such as the safekeeping and lending of money at interest
I had money in the bank.
Synonyms
financial institution
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building society
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merchant bank
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repository
The church became a repository for police files.
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high-street bank
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depository
They have 2,500 tons of paper stored in their depository.
(noun) 
Definition
any supply, store, or reserve
one of the largest data banks in the world
Synonyms
store
I handed over my store of chocolate biscuits.
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fund
He has an extraordinary fund of energy.
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stock
a stock of food and other rations
, ,
supply
The brain requires a constant supply of oxygen.
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reserve
The country's reserves of petrol are running very low.
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pool
a reserve pool of cash
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reservoir
the body's short-term reservoir of energy
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stockpile
stockpiles of chemical weapons
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hoard
a hoard of silver and jewels
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storehouse
barns and storehouses
(verb) 
Definition
to deposit (cash or a cheque) in a bank
Early bookings allow the operators to bank the customers' deposits.
Synonyms
deposit
You are advised to deposit valuables in the hotel safe.
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keep
She kept her money under the mattress.
, ,
save
a final attempt to save 40,000 jobs
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pay in

Phrasal verbs

See bank on something
(noun) 
Definition
the sloping side and ground on either side of a river
an old warehouse on the banks of the canal
Synonyms
side
Park at the side of the road.
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edge
She was standing at the water's edge.
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margin
These islands are on the margins of human habitation.
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shore
He made it to the shore after leaving the boat.
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brink
Their economy is teetering on the brink of collapse.
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lakeside
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waterside
(noun) 
Definition
a slope, as of a hill
resting indolently upon a grassy bank
Synonyms
mound
We sat on a grassy mound and had our picnic.
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banking
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rise
I climbed to the top of the rise.
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hill
They climbed to the top of the hill.
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pile
a pile of books
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heap
a heap of bricks
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ridge
In some places the ridge is quite a gentle feature.
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dune
They climbed a very large dune.
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embankment
They climbed a steep railway embankment.
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knoll
a grassy knoll
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hillock
He had spent the night huddled behind a hillock for shelter.
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kopje or koppie (South Africa)
(noun) 
Definition
a long raised mass, esp. of earth
a bank of fog off the north-east coast
Synonyms
mass
On the desk is a mass of books and papers.
,
accumulation
accumulations of dirt
(verb) 
Definition
(of an aircraft) to tip to one side in turning
A single-engine plane took off and banked above the highway.
Synonyms
tilt
The boat instantly tilted, filled and sank.
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tip
She tipped her head back to breathe.
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slope
The garden sloped quite steeply.
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slant
The morning sun slanted through the glass roof.
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cant
The helicopter canted inward towards the landing area.
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camber
(noun) 
Definition
an arrangement of similar objects in a row or in tiers
The typical labourer now sits in front of a bank of dials.
Synonyms
row
a row of pretty little cottages
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line
Children clutching empty bowls form a line.
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train
a long train of oil tankers
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range
the massive mountain ranges to the north
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series
a series of explosions
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file
A file of soldiers, marched past.
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rank
Ranks of police in riot gear stood nervously by.
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arrangement
an imaginative flower arrangement
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sequence
the sequence of events that led to the murder
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succession
He took a succession of jobs which have stood him in good stead.
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tier
an auditorium with tiers of seats around and above it

Additional synonyms

in the sense of accumulation
Definition
something that has been collected
accumulations of dirt
in the sense of arrangement
Definition
the form in which things are arranged
an imaginative flower arrangement
Synonyms
in the sense of brink
Definition
the land at the edge of a body of water
Their economy is teetering on the brink of collapse.

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