过去式: banked 过去分词: banked 现在分词: banking 第三人称单数: banks
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n. banks 7 banks 0 banking 2 banked 0
Wild roses flowered along the banks.
He first worked on a newspaper, and then had a job in a bank.
We’ve all been there: in a lift, in line at the bank or on an airplane, surrounded by people.
When does the bank close on Saturday?
central bank [经]中央银行
commercial bank 商业银行
bank of china 中国银行
world bank n. 世界银行
bank account 银行存款；银行往来帐户
people’s bank of china 中国人民银行
investment bank 投资银行
development bank 开发银行
construction bank 建设银行
west bank 约旦河西岸
bank credit 银行信贷；银行信用状
bank loan 银行贷款
agricultural bank 农业银行
industrial and commercial bank 工商银行
issuing bank 开证银行；发行钞票的银行
river bank 河岸；河堤
china construction bank 中国建设银行
in bank 存入银行
bank on 指望；依赖
bank of america n. 美国银行
銀行;岸,堤;vi.存入(經營)銀行;信賴Thanks to the bankrupt banker, my ankle avoided an injury.多虧那位破產的銀行家,我的腳踝免受傷害.
[baŋk] ‘bank on sb/sth;’bank on doing sth;’bank on sb/sth doing sth
■to rely on sb/sth; to be confident that sth will happen依靠； 指望；对…有信心:
I’m banking on your help.
I’m banking on you to help me.
I’d banked on getting a cup of coffee at the airport, but everything was closed.
He was banking on the train being on time.
She might already have cleaned up but I wouldn’t bank on it .
[synonym]count on sb/sth,count on doing sth,count on sb/sth doing sth;reckon on sb/sth,reckon on doing sth,reckon on sb/sth doing sth
[G]v+prep ◆ v+prep+n/pron+to inf
,bank ‘up; ,bank sth ‘up (BrE)
■to form into a large pile; to make sth form a large pile(使)堆积:
The snow had banked up on either side of the road.
[G]v+adv ◆ v+n/pron+adv ◆ v+adv+n
FOR MONEY 金钱
1. an organization that provides various financial services, for example keeping or lending money
My salary is paid directly into my bank.
I need to go to the bank (= the local office of a bank).
a bank loan
a bank manager
⇨ see also investment bank , merchant bank
IN GAMBLING 赌博
2. a supply of money or things that are used as money in some games, especially those in which gambling is involved
STH COLLECTED / STORED 收集/贮存物
3. an amount of sth that is collected; a place where sth is stored ready for use
a bank of knowledge
a blood / sperm bank
⇨ see also databank
OF RIVER / CANAL 河；水道
4. the side of a river, canal , etc. and the land near it
He jumped in and swam to the opposite bank.
It’s on the north bank of the Thames.
a house on the banks of the River Severn (= on land near the river)
5. a raised area of ground that slopes at the sides, often at the edge of sth or dividing sth
There were low banks of earth between the rice fields.
The girls ran down the steep grassy bank.
6. an artificial slope built at the side of a road, so that cars can drive fast around bends
OF CLOUD / SNOW, ETC. 云、雪等
7. a mass of cloud, snow, etc., especially one formed by the wind
The sun disappeared behind a bank of clouds.
OF MACHINES, ETC. 机器等
8. a row or series of similar objects, especially machines
a bank of lights / switches / computers
▪ not 7break the ‘bank (informal, humorous) if you say sth won’t break the bank, you mean that it won’t cost a lot of money, or more than you can afford
⇨ more at laugh v.
1. [VN] to put money into a bank account
She is believed to have banked (= been paid) £10 million in two years.
据信她两年内在银行存了 1 000 万英镑。
2. [V] ~ (with / at…) to have an account with a particular bank
The family had banked with Coutts for generations.
OF PLANE 飞机
3. [V] to travel with one side higher than the other when turning
The plane banked steeply to the left.
FORM PILES 堆积
4. [VN] ~ sth (up) to form sth into piles
They banked the earth (up) into a mound.
A FIRE 炉火
5. [VN] ~ sth (up) to pile coal, etc. on a fire so that the fire burns slowly for a long time
The fire was banked up as high as if it were midwinter.
▪ ‘bank on sb / sth
to rely on sb / sth
I’m banking on your help.
▪ [+ to inf ] I’m banking on you to help me.
▪ [+ -ing ] I was banking on getting something to eat on the train.
‘I’m sure he’ll help.’ ‘ Don’t bank on it (= it is not likely to happen).’
▪ 7bank ‘up
to form into piles, especially because of the wind
The snow had banked up against the wall.
bank1 /bæŋk/ ●●● S1 W1 noun [countable]
1 PLACE FOR MONEY 存钱的地方
a) a business that keeps and lends money and provides other financial services 银行
in the bank
We have very little money in the bank.
a bank loan
b) a local office of a bank 银行（营业厅）
I have to go to the bank at lunch time.
→ clearing bank, merchant bank
2 RIVER/LAKE 河/湖 land along the side of a river or lake 岸，堤
the banks of the River Dee
the river bank
3. blood/sperm/organ bank a place where human blood etc is stored until someone needs it 血库/精子库/器官库
4 CLOUDS/MIST 云/雾 a large mass of clouds, mist etc 云团，积云；雾团
a fog bank
banks of mist
5 RAISED AREA 高出的地方 a large sloping mass of earth, sand, snow etc 〔土、沙、雪等堆积起来的〕坡，埂
She was sitting on a grassy bank.
steep banks of snow
banks of flowers
6 MACHINES 机器 a large number of machines, television screens etc arranged close together in a row 〔紧密排成的〕一排，一列
banks of TV monitors
7. GAME 游戏 a supply of money used to gamble, that people can win 庄家的赌本 → break the bank at break1(24)
8 be makin’ bank American English spoken informal to earn a lot of money for the work that you do 挣大钱
Check out Omar’s new car. The brother must be makin’ bank.
10. ROAD 道路 a slope made at a bend in a road or racetrack to make it safer for cars to go around 〔公路或赛道拐弯处防止车辆侧滑或侧翻的〕内侧斜坡，边坡
→ bottle bank, food bank, memory bank
Related topics: Banking, Air, Nature
1 MONEY 钱
a) [transitive] to put or keep money in a bank 把 〔钱〕存入银行
Did you bank that check?
b) [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to keep your money in a particular bank 在〔某家银行〕存钱
Who do you bank with?
I’ve always banked at First Interstate.
2 PLANE 飞机 [intransitive] if a plane banks, it slopes to one side when turning 〔飞机转弯时〕倾斜飞行
3 PILE/ROWS 堆/排 (also bank up) [transitive] British English to arrange something into a pile or into rows 把…堆起来[排成行] 4 CLOUD/MIST 云/雾 (also bank up) [transitive] to form a mass of cloud, mist etc 〔云团、雾团等〕聚集，堆积起来
5 FIRE 火 (also bank up) [transitive] to cover a fire with wood or coal to keep it going for a long time 〔用木柴或煤〕封〔火〕，压〔火〕
6 bank on somebody/something phrasal verb to depend on something happening or someone doing something 依靠，指望 SYN count on
Origin bank1 1. (1400-1500) French banque, from Old Italian banca “long seat, bank”2. (1100-1200) Probably from a Scandinavian language. 3. (1200-1300) Old French banc “long seat”
1. FINANCE AND STORAGE 金融；储藏
2. AREAS AND MASSES 地区；大团物质
3. OTHER VERB USES 其他动词用法
1.N-COUNT 可数名词银行 A bank is an institution where people or businesses can keep their money.
Which bank offers you the service that best suits your financial needs?…
I had £10,000 in the bank.
2.N-COUNT 可数名词银行营业厅；银行办事处 A bank is a building where a bank offers its services.
3.VERB 动词把（钱）存入银行 If you bank money, you pay it into a bank.
Once you have registered your particulars with an agency and it has banked your cheque, the process begins.
4.VERB 动词与（银行）有业务来往；在（银行）有账户 If you bank with a particular bank, you have an account with that bank.
【语法信息】：V with n
My husband has banked with the Co-op since before the war.
5.N-COUNT 可数名词库（如血库等） You use bank to refer to a store of something. For example, a blood bank is a store of blood that is kept ready for use.
…Britain’s National Police Computer, one of the largest data banks in the world.
6.PHRASE 短语斥巨资；花费大笔的钱；倾家荡产 If you say that the cost of something will not break the bank, you mean that it will not cost a large sum of money.
Prices starting at £6 a bottle won’t break the bank.
1.N-COUNT 可数名词（河、湖等的）岸，堤岸 The banks of a river, canal, or lake are the raised areas of ground along its edge.
【搭配模式】：usu N of n
…30 miles of new developments along both banks of the Thames.
…an old warehouse on the banks of a canal.
2.N-COUNT 可数名词垄；埂 A bank of ground is a raised area of it with a flat top and one or two sloping sides.
…resting indolently upon a grassy bank.
3.N-COUNT 可数名词（长条形的）堆，团 A bank of something is a long high mass of it.
【搭配模式】：N of n
On their journey south they hit a bank of fog off the north-east coast of Scotland.
4.N-COUNT 可数名词（尤指机器、开关、仪表的）（一）排，（一）组 A bank of things, especially machines, switches, or dials, is a row of them, or a series of rows.
The typical laborer now sits in front of a bank of dials.
1.VERB 动词（通常指飞机在改变方向时）倾斜飞行 When an aircraft banks, one of its wings rises higher than the other, usually when it is changing direction.
A plane took off and banked above the highway in front of him.
plural banks [count] 1
: a business where people keep their money, borrow money, etc., or the building where such a business operates银行
Our paychecks are deposited in/into the bank automatically.
How much money do you have in the bank?
My cousin works in/at a bank.
I have to go to the bank today.
— often used before another noun常用于另一名词前
How much money do you have in your bank account?
— see also savings bank
: a small closed container in which money is saved储蓄罐
She saves all her change in a small bank on her desk.
— see also piggy bank
: a place where a particular thing is stored until it is needed（存储某物以备使用的）库
information stored in a computer’s memory banks
— see also blood bank, sperm bank
break the bank
: to be very expensive or too expensive : to cost a lot of money太昂贵；花费太大 — usually used in negative statements通常用于否定句
Buy a car that’s dependable but won’t break the bank.
laugh all the way to the bank
— see 1laugh
— compare 3bank, 5bank
2 bank /ˈbæŋk/ verb
banks; banked; banking
[no object] : to have money in a bank : to use the services of a bank把钱存入银行；与银行有业务往来
We bank locally.
Where do you bank? [=which bank do you use?] 你把钱存入哪家银行？
[+ object] : to put (something, such as money) in a bank把（钱）存入银行；把…储存入库
bank a check
bank on [phrasal verb] bank on (something)
: to feel confident or sure about (something)寄希望于；指望；依赖
We’re banking on [=counting on] fair weather for the trip.
She may support us, but don’t bank on [=rely on, depend on] it.
— compare 4bank
3 bank /ˈbæŋk/ noun
plural banks [count] 1
: the higher ground that is along the edge of a river, stream, etc.堤岸
We sat on the bank of the river [=on the riverbank] to watch the boats.
The stream overflowed its banks.
a : a steep slope : the side of a hill陡坡；斜坡；埂
We planted bushes all along the bank in front of the house.
They climbed a steep bank to get to the terrace.
— see also sandbank
b : a small hill that is built next to a road along a curve in order to make driving on that section of road safer（路面拐弯处为安全行驶而筑的）边坡
: a thick mass of clouds or fog一大片积云；一大团雾
a fog bank
A bank of dark clouds entered the region.
— see also snowbank
— compare 1bank, 5bank
4 bank /ˈbæŋk/ verb
banks; banked; banking
: to cause (something, such as an airplane) to tilt or lean to one side when turning（飞机等）转弯时倾斜飞行，倾斜行进
[+ object] The pilot banked the plane (to the right/left) and then leveled it out to land.
[no object] The pilot/plane banked (right/left) and then leveled out to land.
The motorcycle banked steeply as it went around the curve.
[+ object] US : to cause (something, such as a ball) to bounce off a surface使反弹
The basketball player banked the ball off the backboard.
[+ object] : to form (something) into a pile（把某物）堆积起来，聚集起来 — often + up
banking sand up along the river to prevent flooding
[+ object] : to cover (a fire) with fresh fuel in order to make it continue to burn封火 — often + up
bank up a campfire
— compare 2bank
5 bank /ˈbæŋk/ noun
plural banks [count] : a group or series of objects that are arranged close together in a row一排；一组— usually + of
There is a bank of vending machines in the basement.
Several banks of lights hung above the stage.
a bank of file cabinets
— compare 1bank, 3bank