Bank Definition

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1. .. raised benchmark lending rates and bank reserve requirements. 1
2. (Check Credit Addict for competitive offers.) Your bank may not agree to match the terms, but it probably will. 1
3. 'First City' joined a long list of failed banks. 1
4. 'If your bank accounts are common, why not your Twitter and Facebook accounts?' asks Clemson Smith Muniz, a Spanish-language sports announcer in New York. 1
5. 'It's giving me more things to be fearful of, ' Ryan said, referring to the disclosures of some banks' large holdings of loans to customers in troubled countries. 1
6. 'Needless to say, banks have confidence in their counterparties again, ' wrote Mike O'Rourke, chief market strategist with BTIG. 1
7. 'Our message to the world is clear: What is ours is ours; setting foot on Recto bank is no different from setting foot on Recto Avenue, ' he said. 1
8. 'The subprime mess appears to be a result, at least in part, of a soft-touch regulatory approach that allowed inappropriate lending standards and exotic mortgage banking products, ' he said. 1
9. 'The world is in a danger zone, ' said World bank President Robert Zoellick. 1
10. 'There is still appetite for Australian bank paper given it's still AA-rated, ' said T.S. Lim, an analyst at Australian brokerage firm Bell Potter Securities. 1
11. 'Water prices need to be allowed to rise to reflect its full scarcity value, ' recommended the World bank study. 1
12. 'We expect the headline inflation rate to ease to below 2% by March end as prices of manufactured products continue to soften,' said Manoranjan Sharma, chief economist at Canara bank. 1
13. 'We've seen the monetary reserves dwindle as a result of the central bank's policy, ' Mr. Bogetic said. 'We also see now that the policy is increasingly less sustainable. 0
14. " An adviser to China's central bank shot back that Beijing "will not appreciate the yuan solely because of external pressure. 1
15. " Another protestor, who calls himself "Mercury John" called the credit union "an honest, good local bank. 1
16. " At Tellson's banking - house at nine, " he said, with a musing face. 1
17. " I wonder what to do,'she said worriedly; he paused worriedly before calling the bank. 1
18. " Segregated Account" shall mean a client bank account as defined by and held in accordance with the FSA Rules. 1
19. " The " presenting bank " which is the collecting bank making presentation to the drawee. " 2
20. "Accounts Agreement"means the Accounts Agreement to be entered into among ABC INC. , the Concessionaire and the Accounts bank on or before the Commencement Date, as amended from time to time. 1
21. "At this point, they're (central banks) not trying to reverse it," said Win Thin, senior currency strategist at Brown Brothers Harriman in New York. 1
22. "Bank" means a person engaged in the business of banking and includes a savings bank, savings and loan association, credit union, and trust company. 2
23. "Bankrupt" includes bankrupt under the Federal bankruptcy Act or insolvent under any state insolvent act. "Conveyance" includes every assignment, lease, mortgage, or encumbrance. 2
24. "Banks are busiest during lunchtimes, particularly on the Friday prior to bank holidays and just before closing time, " says the British Bankers' Association. 1
25. "Banks had an incentive to make sure borrowers could repay," said Barbara Roper of the Consumer Federation of America. "With securitization, banks lost that incentive." 1
26. "China faces a dilemma in its holding of the US T-bonds," said Dong Yuping, an economist with the Institute of Finance and Banking at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS). 0
27. "Claiming bank" means a bank that honours or negotiates a credit and presents a reimbursement claim to the reimbursing bank. 2
28. "Dairying is a very good means of improving livelihoods, especially for poor farmers," says Simon Bell, World bank sector manager in the South Asia region. 1
29. "Do you think she'll come?" "I wouldn't bank on it". 1
30. "For the equivalent of the promiscuous, we have these big banks globally who have interconnections with all the other banks in the system," says Andrew Haldane. 2
 

Bank

[baNGk]

NOUN

banks (plural noun)

  - the land alongside or sloping down to a river or lake.

  - a slope, mass, or mound of a particular substance.

  - a set or series of similar things, especially electrical or electronic devices, grouped together in rows.

  - the cushion of a pool table.

VERB

banks (third person present) · banked (past tense) · banked (past participle) · banking (present participle)

  - heap (a substance) into a mass or mound.

  - (of an aircraft or vehicle) tilt or cause to tilt sideways in making a turn.

NOUN

banks (plural noun) · the bank (noun)

  - a financial establishment that invests money deposited by customers, pays it out when required, makes loans at interest, and exchanges currency.

VERB

banks (third person present) · banked (past tense) · banked (past participle) · banking (present participle)

  - deposit (money or valuables) in a bank.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

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Amphi-
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Arch-
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Auto-
Back-
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List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
-Ist
-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
-Sion
-Tion
-Ate
-En