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systemic bank bank of systemic importance / systemic banks banks of systemic importance Englisch Deutsch Übersetzung

Systembank {f}; systemrelevante Bank {f} [fin.]
Systembanken {pl}; systemrelevante Banken {pl}
systemic bank; bank of systemic importance
systemic banks; banks of systemic importance
Systembank {f}; systemrelevante Bank {f} [fin.]
Systembanken {pl}; systemrelevante Banken {pl}
systemic bank; bank of systemic importance
systemic banks; banks of systemic importance
Wirkstoffklasse {f} [adm.]
Wirkstoffklassen {pl}
systemic class
systemic classes
Ufer {n} (eines Flusses Sees) [geogr.]
Ufer {pl}
über die Ufer treten
anlandendes Ufer
äußeres Ufer
inneres Ufer
windseitiges Ufer
bank (of a river lake)
banks
to burst its banks
accreting bank
outer bank
inner bank
windward bank
Bank {f}; Bankinstitut {n} [fin.]
Banken {pl}; Bankinstitute {pl}
Bank für Internationalen Zahlungsausgleich BIZ
anerkannte Bank
die vorlegende Bank
eingeschaltete Bank
Bad Bank {f}; Abwicklungsbank {f}; zentrales Geldinstitut zum Aufkauf uneinbringlicher Kredite
Ich arbeite in einer Bank genauer gesagt in der Barclays Bank.
bank
banks
Bank for International Settlements BIS
approved bank
the presenting bank
intermediary bank
Bad Bank
I work in a bank or more precisely at Barclays Bank.
Körper...
systemic
Koerper
systemic
systemisch {adj}
systemic
Familienaufstellung {f}; systemische Aufstellung {f} [psych.]
Familienaufstellungen {pl}; systemische Aufstellungen {pl}
family constellation; systemic constellation
family constellations; systemic constellations
Zentralbank {f}; Zentralnotenbank {f}; zentrale Notenbank {f}; Nationalbank {f} [fin.]
Zentralbanken {pl}; Zentralnotenbanken {pl}; zentrale Notenbanken {pl}; Nationalbanken {pl}
nationale Zentralbank
Europäische Zentralbank {f} EZB
central bank; reserve bank; monetary authority
central banks; reserve banks; monetary authorities
national central bank
European Central Bank ECB
systembedingt {adj}
systembedingt {adj}
systembedingt {adj}
systemic {adj}
inherent in the system
due to the system
Ufer {n}
Ufer {pl}
über die Ufer treten
bank
banks
to burst its banks
Bank {f}, Bankinstitut {n}
Banken {pl}, Bankinstitute {pl}
Bank für Internationalen Zahlungsausgleich (BIZ)
bank
banks
Bank for International Settlements (BIS)
Sandbank {f}
Sandbänke {pl}
Sandbank zwischen Insel und Festland
längliche Sandbank
spitz zulaufende Sandbank
sandbank; sand bank; bank of sand; sand bar; shoal
sand banks; banks of sand; sand bars; shoals
tombolo
sand bar; sand reef
sand spit
Steilufer {n}
Steilufer {pl}
steep bank; high bank; river bluff
steep banks; high banks; river bluffs
ausufern {vi} (Fluss)
ausufernd
ausgeufert
to overflow (its banks); to break its banks (river)
overflowing; breaking its banks
overflowed; broken its banks
wichtig; bedeutsam; von Bedeutung; von Belang {adj}
wichtiger; bedeutsamer
am wichtigsten; am bedeutsamsten
am allerwichtigsten
nichts von Belang
Persönlichkeiten von Rang und Namen [soc.]
eine nicht unwichtige unbedeutende Rolle spielen
Ich nehme nicht an dass das jetzt noch von Belang ist.
Daher ist es wichtig mit kurzen Übungen zu beginnen und nicht zu übertreiben.
Für den Allgemeinmediziner ist es von großer Bedeutung den Patienten zu kennen.
Ich teilte ihm das Wichtigste mit.
important; of importance; of consequence (formal)
more important
most important
most important
nothing important; nothing of importance
persons of consequence (old-fashioned)
to play a role of some importance consequence
I don't suppose it's of any consequence now.
Therefore it is of importance to begin with short exercises and not to exaggerate.
It is of great importance for the general practitioner to know the patient.
I told him what was most important.
Bedeutung {f}
von größter Bedeutung
nichts von Bedeutung
für etw. von zentraler Bedeutung sein
importance
of prime importance
nothing of any importance
to be of fundamental importance to sth.
Aktienbank {f} [fin.]
Aktienbanken {pl}
joint stock bank [Br.]; incorporated bank [Am.]
joint stock banks; incorporated banks
Blutkreislauf {m}, Blutzirkulation {f}
großer Blutkreislauf, Körperkreislauf {m} [anat.]
blood circulation, circulation
systemic circulation
Blutkreislauf {m}; Blutzirkulation {f}
großer Blutkreislauf; Körperkreislauf {m} [anat.]
blood circulation; circulation
systemic circulation
Gleithang {m} [geol.]
Gleithänge {pl}
inner bank
inner banks
Pflanzenschutzmittel {n}; Pestizid {n} [agr.]
Pflanzenschutzmittel {pl}; Pestizide {pl}
anorganisches Pestizid
biologisches Pestizid
chemisches Pestizid
chloriertes Pestizid
landwirtschaftlich genutztes Pestizid
organisches Pestizid
selektives selektiv wirkendes Pestizid
systemisches systemisch wirkendes Pestizid
pesticide; pest control agent
pesticides; pest control agents
inorganic pesticide
biological pesticide
chemical pesticide
chlorinated pesticide
agricultural pesticide
organic pesticide
selective pesticide
systemic pesticide
Notenbank {f}
Notenbanken {pl}
issuing bank; bank of issue
issuing banks; banks of issue
Nordufer {n}
Nordufer {pl}
north bank; northern bank
north banks; northern banks
Hausbank {f}
Hausbanken {pl}
house bank; principal bank
house banks; principal banks
Ostufer {n}
Ostufer {pl}
east bank; eastern bank
east banks; eastern banks
Konsortialbank {f} [fin.]
Konsortialbanken {pl}
underwriting bank; member bank of a synicate
underwriting banks; member banks of a synicate
Strosse {f} (Tagebau) [min.]
Strossen {pl}
bank; bench; step (surface mining)
banks; benches; steps
Bankdarlehen {n} [fin.]
Bankdarlehen {pl}
bank loan, bank credit, bank advance
bank loans, bank credits, bank advances
Bankdarlehen {n} [fin.]
Bankdarlehen {pl}
bank loan; bank credit; bank advance
bank loans; bank credits; bank advances
Banküberfall {m}
Banküberfälle {pl}
bank hold-up; bank robbery; bank raid [Br.]
bank hold-ups; bank robberies; bank raids
Sandbank {f}
Sandbänke {pl}
sandbank, sand bank, bank of sand
sand banks
Zentralbank {f} [fin.]
Zentralbanken {pl}
nationale Zentralbank
central bank
central banks
national central bank
Depotstimmrecht {n} [fin.]
proxy voting power; right of banks to vote proxies; bank's right to vote deposited shares
Abbruchufer {f} (Wasserbau)
Abbruchufer {pl}
eroding bank (water engineering)
eroding banks
Flussufer {n}; Ufer {n} [geogr.]
Flussufer {pl}; Ufer {pl}
riverside; river bank
riversides; river banks
Wichtigkeit {f}, Bedeutung {f}
von äußerster Wichtigkeit, von größter Bedeutung
von entscheidender Wichtigkeit sein
importance
with utmost importance
to be crucially important
Handelsbank {f} [fin.]
Handelsbanken {pl}
merchant bank [Br.]
merchant banks
(Geld) auf die Bank bringen, einzahlen {vt}
auf die Bank bringend, einzahlend
auf die Bank gebracht, eingezahlt
bringt auf die Bank, zahlt ein
brachte auf die Bank, zahlte ein
to bank
banking
banked
banks
banked
(Geld) auf die Bank bringen; einzahlen {vt}
auf die Bank bringend; einzahlend
auf die Bank gebracht; eingezahlt
bringt auf die Bank; zahlt ein
brachte auf die Bank; zahlte ein
to bank
banking
banked
banks
banked
Bedeutung beimessen; Bedeutung beilegen; Wert legen {vi} (auf)
Bedeutung beimessend
Bedeutung beigemessen
(einen) besonderen Wert auf etw. legen
to attach importance; to attach value (to)
attaching importance; attaching value
attached importance; attached value
to attach great importance to sth.
Diskontsatz {m} [fin.]
Diskontsätze {pl}
Erhöhung des Diskontsatzes
den Diskontsatz erhöhen
den Diskontsatz senken
bank rate; minimum lending rate MLR [Br.]
bank rates
increase in the bank rate; increase in the discount rate; raising of the bank rate
to put up the bank rate
to lower the bank rate
Abhang {m}; Böschung {f}
Abhänge {pl}; Böschungen {pl}
am Hang
Abhang des Festlandrands [geol.]
bank; slope
banks; slopes
on a slope
slope of the continental margin
Bankfiliale {f} [fin.]
Bankfilialen {pl}
branch of a bank; bank office
branches of a bank; bank offices
Bedeutung {f}
von größter Bedeutung
nichts von Bedeutung
importance
of prime importance
nothing of any importance
Kreditbank {f} [fin.]
Kreditbanken {pl}
credit bank
credit banks
Recyclingbehälter {m} für Glas
Recyclingbehälter {pl} für Glas
bottle bank
bottle banks
Landwirtschaftsbank {f}
Landwirtschaftsbanken {pl}
agricultural bank
agricultural banks
Nebelbank {f}
Nebelbänke {pl}
fog bank
fog banks
Hypothekenbank {f} [fin.]
Hypothekenbanken {pl}
mortgage bank
mortgage banks
Kreditbank {f}
Kreditbanken {pl}
credit bank
credit banks
Samenbank {f}
Samenbanken {pl}
sperm bank
sperm banks
Blutbank {f}
Blutbanken {pl}
blood bank
blood banks
Investmentbank {f} [fin.]
Investmentbanken {pl}
merchant bank
merchant banks
Depositenbank {f} [fin.]
Depositenbanken {pl}
deposit bank
deposit banks
Geschäftsbank {f}; Handels- und Geschäftsbank {f} [fin.]
Geschäftsbanken {pl}; Handels- und Geschäftsbanken {pl}
commercial bank
commercial banks
Geschäftsbank {f}, Handels- und Geschäftsbank {f} [fin.]
Geschäftsbanken {pl}, Handels- und Geschäftsbanken {pl}
commercial bank
commercial banks
Autobank {f} [fin.]
Autobanken {pl}
car bank
car banks
Empfängerbank {f} [fin.]
Empfängerbanken {pl}
recipient bank
recipient banks
Organbank {f} [med.]
Organbanken {pl}
organ bank
organ banks
Sparkasse {f} [fin.]
Sparkassen {pl}
savings bank
savings banks
Bankengruppe {f}
bank group; group of banks
Sparschwein {n}; Sparbüchse {f}
Sparschweine {pl}; Sparbüchsen {pl}
piggy bank
piggy banks
Staatsbank {f}
Staatsbanken {pl}
state bank
state banks
Tastenreihe {f}
Tastenreihen {pl}
bank of buttons
banks of buttons
Zylinderreihe {f}
Zylinderreihen {pl}
cylinder bank
cylinder banks
Zweigniederlassung {f}, Konsortialbank {f}
Zweigniederlassungen {pl}, Konsortialbanken {pl}
agency bank
agency banks
bevollmächtigte Bank {f} [fin.]
bevollmächtigte Banken {pl}
agency bank
agency banks
Depositenbank {f}
Depositenbanken {pl}
deposit bank
deposit banks
Universalbank {f}
Universalbanken {pl}
all purpose bank
all purpose banks
Abwicklungsbank {f} [fin.]
Abwicklungsbanken {pl}
liquidating bank
liquidating banks
Recyclingbehälter {m} für Glas; Altglascontainer {m}
Recyclingbehälter {pl} für Glas; Altglascontainer {pl}
bottle bank
bottle banks
Rohrpaket {n} (Kessel) [mach.]
Rohrpakete {pl}
tube bank
tube banks
Privatkundenbank {f} [fin.]
Privatkundenbanken {pl}
retail bank
retail banks
Emissionsbank {f}; Währungsbank {f} [fin.]
Emissionsbanken {pl}; Währungsbanken {pl}
bank of issue
banks of issue
Bankenkonsortium {n}
group of banks, banking syndicate, consortium of banks
Bankenkonsortium {n}
group of banks; banking syndicate; consortium of banks
Muschelbank {f} [zool.]
Muschelbänke {pl}
mussel bed; shell bank
mussel beds; shell banks
Nebelwand {f} [meteo.]
Nebelwände {pl}
wall of fog; bank of fog
walls of fog; banks of fog
Uferbefestigung {f}
bank reinforcement; bank stabilization [eAm.]; bank stabilisation [Br.]
Strafbank {f} [sport]
Strafbänke {pl}
penalty box; penalty bank; penalty bench
penalty boxes; penalty banks; penalty benches
Schneeverwehung {f}; Schneewehe {f}; Schneewechte {f}
Schneeverwehungen {pl}; Schneewehen {pl}; Schneewechten {pl}
snow drift; snowdrift; bank of drifted snow
snow drifts; snowdrifts; banks of drifted snow
Geldschein {m}, Banknote {f}
Geldscheine {pl}
banknote, bank note, (bank) bill [Am.]
bank notes
Geldschein {m}; Banknote {f}; Schein {m}
Geldscheine {pl}; Banknoten {pl}; Scheine {pl}
banknote; bank note; (bank) bill [Am.]
bank notes
Akzeptbank {f}; Wechselbank {f} [fin.]
Akzeptbanken {pl}; Wechselbanken {pl}
acceptance bank; acceptance accepting [Br.] house; acceptance corporation
acceptance banks; acceptance accepting houses; acceptance corporations
Außenhandelsbank {f}
Außenhandelsbanken {pl}
foreign trade bank
foreign trade banks
Bankguthaben {n} [fin.]
Bankguthaben {pl}
bank balance; cash in bank; credit balance at the bank
bank balances
Bankguthaben {n}
Bankguthaben {pl}
bank balance, cash in bank
bank balances
Realinstitut {n} [fin.]
Realinstitute {pl}
real estate credit institution; mortgage bank
real estate credit institutions; mortgage banks
auf etw. Wert legen
Darauf lege ich keinen großen Wert.
to emphasize sth. [eAm.]; to emphasise sth. [Br.]; to attach importance to sth.; to set great store by sth.
I don't attach great importance to it.
Kohleflöz {n} [min.]
Kohleflöze {pl}
coal bed; seam of coal; coal seam; coal deposit; coal nad; coal bank; delf; coalrake
coal beds; seams of coal; coal seams; coal deposits; coal nads; coal banks; delfs; coalrakes
auf etw. Wert legen
Darauf lege ich keinen großen Wert.
to emphasize sth., to emphasise sth. [Br.], to attach importance to sth., to set great store by sth.
I don't attach great importance to it.
Bedeutung beimessen, Bedeutung beilegen, Wert legen {vi} (auf)
Bedeutung beimessend
Bedeutung beigemessen
to attach importance, to attach value (to)
attaching importance, attaching value
attached importance, attached value
Bank {f} [geol.]
liegende Bank
verformte Bank
Bank des Festlandrands
bank; massive bed; massive layer; measure
bottom bank
deformed layer
bank of the continental margin
Bankleitzahl {f} BLZ [fin.]
bank code number; bank identification code; bank sorting code; bank routing number
Bankleitzahl {f}
bank code number, bank identification code, bank sorting code, bank routing number
Kreditinstitut {n}; Geldinstitut {n} [fin.]
Kreditinstitute {pl}; Geldinstitute {pl}
credit institution; financial institution; bank
credit institutions; financial institutions; banks
Uferbefestigung {f}; Uferverbauung {f}; Uferschutz {m} (Wasserbau)
Uferschutz chinesischer Bauart
bank reinforcement; bank protector (water engineering)
sao
Bankkonto {n}; Konto {n} Kto. [fin.]
Bankkonten {pl}; Konten {pl}; Kontos {pl}; Konti {pl}
ausgeglichenes Konto
frisiertes Konto
gesperrtes Konto; Sperrkonto {n}
totes Konto
umsatzstarkes Konto
ein Bankkonto eröffnen; ein Bankkonto einrichten
etw. auf sein Konto einzahlen
einen Betrag von einem Konto abbuchen {vt} [fin.]
ein Konto mit einem Betrag belasten; ein Konto debitieren [econ.] [adm.]
ein Konto auflösen; ein Konto schließen
Konten führen
ein Bankkonto mit Dispositionsrahmen Überziehungsrahmen [Ös.]
durch Dauerauftrag abbuchen (von)
Buchen Sie Ihre Spesen bitte von meinem Konto ab.
Bitte belasten Sie unser Konto mit ...
bank account; account with at a bank acct; a c
accounts
account in balance; balanced account
cooked account
blocked account; frozen account
nominal account
active account
to open (up) a bank account
to pay sth. into one's account
to debit a sum from an account
to debit a sum against to an account
to close an account
to administer accounts
a bank account with an overdraft facility
to pay by standing order (from)
Please debit my account with your expenses.
Kindly debit our account with ...
Bankgarantie {f}; Bankbürgschaft {f}; Bankaval {n} [fin.]
eine Bankgarantie in Anspruch nehmen
bank guarantee; banker's guarantee; bank guaranty [Am.]
to enforce claim under a bank guarantee; to enforce a bank guarantee
Halde {f}
Halden {pl}
waste heap; attle heap; spoil bank; spoil dump; cinder tip
waste heaps; attle heaps; spoil banks; spoil dumps; cinder tips
Rheinufer {n}
Rheinufer {n}
the banks of the Rhine
the banks of the river Rhine
Bankkredit {m} [fin.]
Bankkredit {m}
Bankkredit {m}
Bankkredite {pl}
bank loan
bank credit
loan
bank loans
Bankauskunft {f}
information from a bank; credit report from a bank
Bankangestellte {m f} , Bankangestellter, Bankmitarbeiter {m}, Bankmitarbeiterin {f}, Banker {m}
bank employee, bank assistant, banker
Bankauskunft {f}
information from a bank, credit report from a bank
Bankangestellte {m f}; Bankangestellter; Bankmitarbeiter {m}; Bankmitarbeiterin {f}; Banker {m}; Bankfachmann {m}
bank employee; bank assistant; banker
Bankdirektor {m}
Bankdirektoren {pl}
bank director
bank directors
Bankbeleg {m}
Bankbelege {pl}
bank receipt
bank receipts
Bankangestellter {m}; Bankbeamter {m}
Bankangestellten {pl}; Bankbeamten {pl}
bank clerk
bank clerks
Südufer {n}
south bank, southern bank
Westufer {n}
west bank, western bank
Ostufer {n}
east bank, eastern bank
Südufer {n}
south bank; southern bank
Banküberziehung {f} [fin.]
Banküberziehungen {pl}
bank overdraft
bank overdrafts
Banküberweisung {f} [fin.]
Banküberweisungen {pl}
bank transfer
bank transfers
Bankkunde {m}, Bankkundin {f}
Bankkunden {pl}, Bankkundinnen {pl}
bank customer
bank customers
Bankkonto {n}
Bankkonten {pl}
bank account
bank accounts
Westufer {n}
west bank; western bank
Bankbeamte {m}
Bankbeamten {pl}
bank clerk
bank clerks
Banksystem {n} [fin.] [econ.]
Banksysteme {pl}
bank system
bank systems
Banktasche {f} [fin.]
Banktaschen {pl}
bank bag
bank bags
Bankeinlage {f} [fin.]
Bankeinlagen {pl}
bank deposit
bank deposits
Bankverbindung {f}
Bankverbindungen {pl}
bank info
bank infos
Bankzusammenbruch {m}
Bankzusammenbrüche {pl}
bank failure
bank failures
Notenbank {f}
issuing bank, bank of issue
Nordufer {n}
north bank, northern bank
Bankkunde {m}; Bankkundin {f}
Bankkunden {pl}; Bankkundinnen {pl}
bank customer
bank customers
Bankzusammenbruch {m} [fin.]
Bankzusammenbrüche {pl}
bank failure
bank failures
Sparbuch {n} [fin.]
Sparbücher {pl}
savings bank book; bankbook; passbook
savings bank books; bankbooks; passbooks
Das ist unwichtig.
That's of no importance.
Aufgeblasenheit {f}
self-importance
Wichtigkeit
importance
Wichtigkeit, Bedeutung
importance
das ist unwichtig
that's of no importance
das ist unwichtig
that is of no importance
Diskontsatz {m} [fin.]
Diskontsätze {pl}
bank rate, minimum lending rate (MLR) [Br.]
bank rates
Bedeutung beilegen
attach importance
beigemessen
attached importance to
für etw. ohne Belang sein
to be of no importance for sth.
von außerordentlicher Bedeutung
of extreme importance
beimessend
attaching importance to
von groesster Bedeutung
of prime importance
die Bedeutung des Streitfalls
the importance of the dispute
Bedeutung beimessen
to attach importance
Bedeutung beilegen
to attach importance
eine wichtige Nachricht
some news of importance
Wichtigkeit {f}; Bedeutung {f}
von entscheidender Wichtigkeit sein
importance
to be crucially important
Stellenwert {m}
rating, (relative) importance
eine Angelegenheit von ziemlicher Bedeutung
a matter of relative importance
eminent {adv}
eminent wichtig
eminently
of the utmost importance
(rein) akademisch {adj} (ohne praktische Bedeutung)
moot (without practical importance)
Rohrbündel {n} [mach.]
fluchtendes Rohrbündel
versetztes Rohrbündel
bundle of pipes
in-line (tube) bank
staggered (tube) bank
Prallhang {m}
undercut bank; undercut slope; convex riverbank; outer bank
Sparbuch {n}
Sparbücher {pl}
bankbook, savings bank book
bankbooks, savings bank books
Pfeilerzahnwertigkeit {f} [med.]
tooth abutment significance importance
Banknote {f} [fin.]
Ausgabe von Banknoten
Bilder auf Banknoten
Einziehung von Banknoten
Nennwert einer Banknote
abgenutzte Banknote
verschmutzte Banknoten
banknote [Br.]; bill [Am.]
issue of notes
denominational portraits
withdrawal of banknotes
denomination of a bank note
worn bank note
soiled banknotes
Baudenkmal {n}
building of historic importance; historical monument
'Bunbury oder die Kunst des Ernstseins' (von Wilde Werktitel) [lit.]
'The Importance of Being Earnest' (by Wilde work title)
Baudenkmal {n}
building of historic importance, historical monument
Stellenwert {m}
einen hohen Stellenwert haben
rating; (relative) importance
to rate high
Autoschalter {m}
Autoschalter {pl}
Autoschalter {m} (einer Bank)
drive-in counter
drive-in counters
drive-in bank; drive-through bank; drive-thru bank; drive-up ATM
Die Tafel {f} (Hilfsorganisation)
food bank (charitable organization)
Nebenfluss {m}; Zufluss {m} [geogr.]
Nebenflüsse {pl}
linker Nebenfluss
rechter Nebenfluss
tributary river stream; tributary; affluent; influent; confluent; feeder
tributary rivers streams; tributaries
left-bank tributary
right-bank tributary
Banken
banks
zwischen den Banken
between the banks
Reihen
banks
Hängebank {f} [min.]
landing; bank; minehead; pithead; top landing; surface landing; pit bank; pit brow; banking level; high doors
Bearbeitung durch Banken
handling by banks
Bankvereinigung, Bankverein
association of banks
Banksinsel {f} [geogr.]
Banks Island
Bankenkonsortium
group of banks
Banken haben in keiner Hinsicht etwas zu tun
banks are in no way concerned with
vorlegende Banken
presenting banks
die Dienste anderer Banken
the services of other banks
Währungsbanken {pl}
banks of issues
auf bei Banken ausgestellt
crossed to two banks
Depositenbanken
deposit banks
Datenbanken
data banks
Kreditbanken
credit banks
Waehrungsbanken
banks of issues
Sandbaenke
sand banks
Weltbanken
world banks
Banken sind nur berechtigt zu verfahren
banks are only permitted to act
Banken sind durch solche Verträge gebunden
banks are bound by such contracts
Banken müssen alle Dokumente prüfen
banks must examine all documents
Uferabrasion {f}
abrasion of river banks
alle Gebühren, die den Banken entstehen
any charges incurred by banks
Banken, die mit einem Inkasso befaßt sind
banks concerned with a collection
Banken, welche die Dienste in Anspruch nehmen
banks utilising the services
alle Auslagen, die den Banken entstehen
any expenses incurred by banks
wie Banken vorgehen sollten
the course of action banks should follow
die mit dem Inkasso befaßten Banken
the banks concerned with the collection
Einreicher- und Inkassobanken
remitting and collecting banks
einige zentral gelegene Banken
a few centrally located banks
Bankfach {n}, Safe {m}
Bankfächer {pl}, Safes {pl}
bank deposit safe
bank deposit safes
Depotstück {n} [fin.]
Depotstücke {pl}
security deposited at a bank
securities deposited at a bank
Bankwerktag {m}
Bankwerktage {pl}
bank working day
bank working days
Zentralbankpräsident {m}
Zentralbankpräsidenten {pl}
President of the Central Bank
Presidents of the Central Bank
Bankfach {n}; Safe {m}
Bankfächer {pl}; Safes {pl}
bank deposit safe
bank deposit safes
Auslandsüberweisung {f} [fin.]
Auslandsüberweisungen {pl}
overseas bank transfer
overseas bank transfers
Zentralbanknoten {pl}
central bank notes; government bank notes
Schwarzgeldkonto {n} [fin.]
Schwarzgeldkonten {pl}
undeclared bank account
undeclared bank accounts
Zentralbanknoten {pl}
central bank notes, government bank notes
Auslandsüberweisung {f}
Auslandsüberweisungen {pl}
overseas bank transfer
overseas bank transfers
Europäisches System der Zentralbanken ESZB
European System of Central Banks
ESZB : Europäisches System der Zentralbanken
European System of Central Banks
jdm. etw. rauben; jdn. einer Sache berauben {vt}
rauben; beraubend
geraubt; beraubt
raubt; beraubt
raubte; beraubte
eine Bank ein Postamt etc. überfallen
ein Loch stopfen und dafür ein anderes aufreißen
Man hat ihr ihre gesamten Ersparnisse geraubt.
Sie haben ihn ausgeraubt.
Er überfiel eine Bank und raubte Bargeld und Wertgegenstände im Wert von 500.000 EUR.
Man hat mir meine Würde genommen.
Eine Verletzung im letzten Augenblick hat ihn um seinen Platz in der Mannschaft gebracht.
to rob sb. of sth.
robbing
robbed
robs
robbed
to rob a bank post office etc.
to rob Peter to pay Paul
They robbed her of her life savings.
They robbed him of all his possessions.
He robbed a bank stealing cash and valuables worth EUR 500 000.
I have been robbed of my dignity.
A last-minute injury robbed him of his place on the team.
Banknotenbearbeitungssystem {n} [fin.] [econ.]
Banknotenbearbeitungssysteme {pl}
bank note processing system
bank note processing systems
Bankschließfach {n} [fin.]
Bankschließfächer {pl}
safe-deposit box of a bank
safe-deposit boxes of a bank
Kontonummer {f} [fin.]
Kontonummern {pl}
internationale Kontonummer
account number; bank account number
account numbers; bank account numbers
international bank account number IBAN
etw. aufdämmen {vt} [geol.]
to bank sth.; to bank up sth. [Br.]
wieder einmal immer wieder auf etw. hinweisen
In diesem Bericht wurde wiederholt darauf hingewiesen wie wichtig diese Frage ist.
Die Kritikpunkte in Bezug auf die Massentierhaltung wurden ja schon oft genug formuliert.
to rehearse sth. (formal)
This report has rehearsed the importance of this issue.
Criticisms of factory farming have been rehearsed often enough.
Wendezeiger {m} [aviat.]
Wendezeiger {pl}
bank-and-turn indicator; turn-and-bank indicator
bank-and-turn indicators; turn-and-bank indicators
Wendezeiger {m} [aviat.]
Wendezeiger {pl}
bank-and-turn indicator, turn-and-bank indicator
bank-and-turn indicators, turn-and-bank indicators
Konto {n} bei einer Bank
Konten {pl}, Konti {pl}
ausgeglichenes Konto
etw. von seinem Konto abheben
etw. auf sein Konto einzahlen
ein Konto belasten, ein Konto debitieren
ein Konto auflösen, ein Konto schließen
Konten führen
account with a bank, account at a bank
accounts
account in balance
to draw sth. out of one's account
to pay sth. into one's account
to debit an account
to close an account
to administer accounts
bankenüblich {adj} [fin.]
bankenübliche Zinssätze
Das ist bankenüblich.
banküblich sein
normal bank ...
normal bank interest rates
This is normal banking practice.
to be standard banking practice
Lombardsatz {m} [fin.]
den Lombardsatz anheben erhöhen
den Lombardsatz senken
Der Lombardsatz ist höher als der Diskontsatz.
Lombard rate; central bank lending rate; rate for advances against collateral on securities
to raise the lombard rate
to lower reduce the lombard rate
The central bank's lending rate is higher than its discount rate.
Nachricht {f}, Nachrichten {pl}, Neuigkeiten {pl}
die letzten Nachrichten
eine wichtige Nachricht
ursprüngliche Nachricht {f}
news
the latest news
some news of importance
original message
gerade (besonders) (Betonung einer Konjunktion)
Gerade weil ich weiß wie der Aktienmarkt funktioniert lege ich selbst kein Geld an.
Stimmt und gerade deswegen will ich kein Risiko eingehen.
Während der Großen Depression legten die Frauen trotz allem oder vielleicht gerade deswegen großen Wert auf Eleganz und Mode.
precisely; exactly (emphasizing a conjunction)
It's exactly because I understand how the stock market works that I do not invest.
True and that's precisely exactly why I don't want to take any risks.
During the Great Depression women despite all this or perhaps precisely because of it attached great importance to elegance and fashion.
untergeordnet, rangniedriger, subaltern {adj}
jdm.
etw. untergeordnet sein
von untergeordneter Bedeutung sein
subordinate
to be subordinate to sb.
sth.
to be of subordinate importance
untergeordnet; rangniedriger; subaltern {adj}
jdm. etw. untergeordnet sein
von untergeordneter Bedeutung sein
subordinate
to be subordinate to sb. sth.
to be of subordinate importance
Nachricht {f}; Nachrichten {pl}; Neuigkeiten {pl}
die letzten Nachrichten
eine wichtige Nachricht
ursprüngliche Nachricht {f}
überraschende Neuigkeiten
traurige Nachricht
allerletzte Nachrichten
jdm. die schlechte Nachricht schonend beibringen
Das ist nichts Neues.
news
the latest news
some news of importance; an important piece of news
original message
surprising news
sad news
up-to-the-minute news
to break the bad news gently to sb.
That is no news.
etw. übertreiben; überbetonen {vt}
übertreibend; überbetonend
übertrieben; überbetont
übertreibt; betont über
übertrieb; betonte über
Wir wollen mal nicht übertreiben!
Man kann nicht genug betonen wie wichtig ausreichender Schlaf ist.
Die Bedeutung dieser neuen politischen Wendung kann gar nicht hoch genug eingeschätzt werden.
to exaggerate sth.
exaggerating
exaggerated
exaggerates
exaggerated
Let's not exaggerate!
It's difficult to exaggerate the importance of adequate sleep.
The significance of this latest twist in politics can hardly be exaggerated.
durch eine andere Bank
through another bank
Wall, Damm, Boeschung, Ufer, Bank, Gruppe
bank
Bank
bank
bauen auf; sich verlassen auf {+Akk.}; rechnen mit; zählen auf
to bank on; to bank upon
in die Kurve gehen, eine Kurve nehmen [aviat.]
to bank
Ufer
bank
Reihe {f}
bank
Kreditinstitut
bank
Bank {f}; Gruppe {f}
bank
ein Bankkonto haben
to bank
durch irgendeine Bank
by any bank
ein Konto haben bei
bank with
in die Kurve gehen; eine Kurve nehmen [aviat.]
to bank
irgendeine Bank
any bank
an Ihre Bank
to your bank
am rechten Ufer
on the right bank
Bank {f}, Gruppe {f}
bank
bauen auf, sich verlassen auf +Akk, rechnen mit, zählen auf
to bank on, to bank upon
bauen auf
to bank on
demzufolge eine Bank
whereby a bank
Wall {m}, Damm {m}, Böschung {f}, Ufer {n}
bank
Bank, Bankhaus
bank
Bank, Geldinstitut
bank
können über eine andere Bank übersandt werden
may be sent through another bank
row
bank
irgendeine Bank, mit Ausnahme von
any bank, other than
Abbaustrosse {f}
bank
jdn. auffressen {vt} (Sache) [übtr.]
auffressend
aufgefressen
Das Gefühl der Angst drohte sie aufzufressen.
Die schlecht wirtschaftenden Staaten werden von den Schulden ihrer Banken bald aufgefressen werden.
to engulf sb. (matter)
engulfing
engulfed
A feeling of anguish threatened to engulf her.
The sinner states will soon be engulfed by their banks' debts.
etw. überschätzen; zu hoch ansetzen {vt}
überschätzend; zu hoch ansetzend
überschätzt; zu hoch angesetzt
überschätzt
überschätzte
sich überschätzen
zu hoch gegriffen angesetzt sein
Die Bedeutung kontinuierlichen Trainings kann nicht hoch genug eingeschätzt werden.
to overestimate sth.
overestimating
overestimated
overestimates
overestimated
to overestimate yourself your abilities
to be overestimated
The importance of continuous training cannot be overestimated.
die Bank öffnet wieder
the bank reopens
die übersendende Bank
the remitting bank
die vorlegende Bank
the presenting bank
Depotbank {f}; verwahrende Bank {f}
custodian bank
Datenbank {f}
data bank
Dienstleistungen einer Bank
services of a bank
Diskontbank
discount bank
Diskontsatz
bank rate
Diskontsatz der Bank von England
bank rate
einige Bankreferenzen
some bank references
gegen Bankakzept
against bank acceptance
Investierungsbank
investment bank
Remboursbank
merchant bank
die eröffnende Bank
the issuing bank
Emissionsbank
issuing bank
Depositenbank
commercial bank
Genossenschaftsbank {f}
cooperative bank
Flussufer
river-bank
Geldschein, Banknote
bank note
die Bank schließt
the bank closes
die bestätigende Bank
the confirming bank
Filterbank {f}
filter bank
Geschäftsbank
commercial bank
die Einreicherbank
the remitting bank
am Südufer
along the south bank
am linken Ufer
on the left bank
Genossenschaftsbank
cooperative bank
Bankausweis
bank return
Adressentausch (im Arbeitsspeicher) {m} [comp.]
bank-switching
Bankkonto
bank account
Bankfoyer {n}
bank lobby
eine angesehene Bank
a respectable bank
Bankfeiertag {m}
bank holiday [Am.]
Bankenpanik {f} [fin.] [pol.]
bank run
ermächtigt eine andere Bank
authorizes another bank
Bankenaufsicht {f}
bank supervision
eingeschaltete Bank
intermediary bank
einzahlen
pay into the bank
Bankdaten {pl}
bank data
Emissionsbank
investment bank
Bankausbildung {n}
bank apprenticeship
Bankauswahlverfahren {n} zur Umschaltung in Speichermodulen
bank switching
eine andere als die Einreicherbank
other than the remitting bank
Bankgebühren {pl} [fin.]
bank charges
ein Versprechen der Bank
an undertaking of the bank
Kontoauszug
bank statement
Bank von England
Bank of England
Bankverkehr {m} [fin.]
bank transactions
durch die avisierende Bank
through the advising bank
durch die Benennung einer Bank
by nominating a bank
Filialbank
affiliated bank
Bankspesen {pl} [fin.]
bank charges
ersucht eine andere Bank
requests another Bank
Bankdirektor
bank director
eröffnende Bank
opening bank
führende Bank
leading bank
Entwicklungsbank
development bank
Sparkasse
penny bank
Wolkenbank {f}
bank of cloud
Bankbestätigung des Kontenstands
bank certificate
die Inkassobank
the collecting bank
Bankbeamter
bank official
Bankbeamter
bank clerk
Bankauskunft
bank inquiry
Bankangestellter
bank employee
Bankangestellter
bank assistant
Bankbote
bank messenger
Bankdarlehen
bank advance
Bankeinlage
bank deposit
Bankdiskont
bank discount
Ufersicherung {f}
bank revetment
Uferspeicherung {f}
bank storage
Bankdirektor, Filialleiter
bank manager
Bankdarlehen
bank loan
Weltbank {f}
World bank
Bankdarlehen
bank credit
Bankakzept, Finanzwechsel
bank bill
Bankakzept eines Wechsels
bank acceptance
Westjordanland {n} [geogr.]
West Bank
Anlagenbank
investment bank
anerkannte Bank
approved bank
Kassierer {m}; Kassiererin {f} (an einem Bankschalter)
bank teller
akzeptierende Bank
accepting bank
Küstenscharbe {f} [ornith.]
bank cormorant
Ufermaina {m} [ornith.]
bank mynah
Fuß {m} einer Bruchwand
toe of a bank
Bankwechsel {m} [fin.]
Banktratte {f}
bank-draft
bank-draft
Ansturm auf die Bank
run on the bank
bankbezogen {adj} [fin.] [econ.]
bank-related
Bankeinrichtung {f}
bank interior
Bankensicherheit {f} [fin.] [econ.]
bank security
Bankensoftware {f} [comp.] [techn.]
bank software
Bankpostpapier {n} [fin.] [econ.]
bank paper
Banksteuerung {f}
bank controlling
auf der Bank hinterlegen
deposit at the bank
Ansturm auf eine Bank
run on a bank
Bankfeiertag
bank holiday
Tresor {m}; Banktresor {m}
bank vault
Bankzins
bank interest
Bankverschuldung
bank indebtedness
Banküberziehung
bank overdraft
Banküberweisung
bank transfer
Bankscheck
bank cheque
Bankrevisor
bank examiner
Bankreserven
bank reserves
Bankquittung
bank receipt
Bankzusammenbruch
bank failure
benannte Bank
nominated bank
die Bank muss benachrichtigen
the bank must advise
die Bank ist nicht verpflichtet zu
the bank has no obligation to
die Bank ist ermächtigt
the bank is authorized
die Adresse der Bank
the address of the bank
Depositenbank
deposit bank
Korrespondenzbank {f} [fin.]
correspondent bank
Depositenbank
bank of deposit
bezogene Bank
bank drawn upon
Bankplatz
bank place
Banknote
bank note
Bankguthaben
cash in bank
Bankguthaben
cash at bank
Streckbank {f}
stretching bank
Bankguthaben
bank balance
Bankgeld
bank money
Bankgeheimnis
bank secret
Bankgebühr
bank charge
Bankgarantie, Bankbürgschaft
bank guarantee
Bankhaus
bank company
Bankkapital
bank capital
Bankkunde
bank costumer
Bankkredit
bank loan
Bankkredit
bank credit
Seitenerosion {f}
bank erosion
Bankkapital
funds of a bank
Bankkapital
bank stock
Speicherbank {f} [comp.]
memory bank
die Bank muss entscheiden
the bank must determine
Geschäftsräume der Bank
bank premises
Geldschein
bank note
Gewässerufer {n}
river bank
Sparbücher
bank-books
Sparbuch
bank-book
Vermögenswerte einer Bank
assets of a bank
Hypothekenbank {f}
mortgage bank
Kiesbank {f}
gravel bank
Unterbringung bei einer Bank
bank accommodation
müssen die Bank benennen
must nominate the bank
nach Wahl einer anderen Bank
of another bank's choice

Lexikoneinträge für systemic bank bank of systemic importance / systemic banks banks of systemic importance

Bank (n.) A bench
Bank (n.) A mound, pile, or ridge of earth, raised above the surrounding level
Bank (n.) A steep acclivity, as the slope of a hill, or the side of a ravine.
Bank (n.) The margin of a watercourse
Bank (n.) An elevation, or rising ground, under the sea
Bank (n.) The face of the coal at which miners are working.
Bank (n.) A deposit of ore or coal, worked by excavations above water level.
Bank (n.) The ground at the top of a shaft
Bank (v. t.) To raise a mound or dike about
Bank (v. t.) To heap or pile up
Bank (v. t.) To pass by the banks of.
Bank (n.) A bench, as for rowers in a galley
Bank (n.) The bench or seat upon which the judges sit.
Bank (n.) The regular term of a court of law, or the full court sitting to hear arguments upon questions of law, as distinguished from a sitting at Nisi Prius, or a court held for jury trials. See Banc.
Bank (n.) A sort of table used by printers.
Bank (n.) A bench, or row of keys belonging to a keyboard, as in an organ.
Bank (n.) An establishment for the custody, loan, exchange, or issue, of money, and for facilitating the transmission of funds by drafts or bills of exchange
Bank (n.) The building or office used for banking purposes.
Bank (n.) A fund from deposits or contributions, to be used in transacting business
Bank (n.) The sum of money or the checks which the dealer or banker has as a fund, from which to draw his stakes and pay his losses.
Bank (n.) In certain games, as dominos, a fund of pieces from which the players are allowed to draw.
Bank (v. t.) To deposit in a bank.
Bank (v. i.) To keep a bank
Bank (v. i.) To deposit money in a bank
Bank bill () In America (and formerly in England), a promissory note of a bank payable to the bearer on demand, and used as currency
Bank bill () In England, a note, or a bill of exchange, of a bank, payable to order, and usually at some future specified time. Such bills are negotiable, but form, in the strict sense of the term, no part of the currency.
Bank book () A book kept by a depositor, in which an officer of a bank enters the debits and credits of the depositor's account with the bank.
Bank note () A promissory note issued by a bank or banking company, payable to bearer on demand.
Bank note () Formerly, a promissory note made by a banker, or banking company, payable to a specified person at a fixed date
Bank note () A promissory note payable at a bank.
Bank-sided (a.) Having sides inclining inwards, as a ship
Bank swallow () See under 1st Bank, n.
Double-bank (v. t.) To row by rowers sitting side by side in twos on a bank or thwart.
Importance (n.) The quality or state of being important
Importance (n.) Subject
Importance (n.) Import
Importance (n.) Importunity
Sea bank () The seashore.
Sea bank () A bank or mole to defend against the sea.
Self-importance (n.) An exaggerated estimate of one's own importance or merit, esp. as manifested by the conduct or manners
Systemic (a.) Of or relating to a system
Systemic (a.) Of or pertaining to the general system, or the body as a whole

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

bank shot a basketball shot that bounces off of the backboard before passing through the hoop
bank a flight maneuver, aircraft tips laterally about its longitudinal axis (especially in turning), the plane went into a steep bank
vertical bank a bank so steep that the plane's lateral axis approaches the vertical
bank closing act of closing down a bank because of a fiscal emergency or failure
bank withdrawal the withdrawal of money from your account at a bank
bank run the concerted action of depositors who try to withdraw their money from a bank because they think it will fail
Russian bank
crapette
solitaire with two players using separate packs
bank examination an examination of the affairs and records of a bank by a state or federal bank examiner
bank martin
bank swallow
sand martin
Riparia riparia
swallow of the northern hemisphere that nests in tunnels dug in clay or sand banks
bank
bank building
a building in which the business of banking transacted, the bank is on the corner of Nassau and Witherspoon
bottle bank a place where bottles can be deposited for recycling
oyster bed
oyster bank
oyster park
a workplace where oysters are bred and grown
piggy bank
penny bank
a child's coin bank (often shaped like a pig)
savings bank
coin bank
money box bank
a container (usually with a slot in the top) for keeping money at home, the coin bank was empty
snowbank
snow bank
a mound or heap of snow
sperm bank a depository for storing sperm
vault bank vault a strongroom or compartment (often made of steel) for safekeeping of valuables
egotism
self-importance
swelled head
an exaggerated opinion of your own importance
importance the quality of being important and worthy of note, the importance of a well-balanced diet
bank identification number
BIN
ABA transit number
an identification number consisting of a two-part code assigned to banks and savings associations, the first part shows the location and the second identifies the bank itself
bank charter a charter authorizing the operation of a bank
bank statement a periodic statement prepared by a bank for each client, I wish my bank statement arrived earlier in the month
ego egotism
self-importance
an inflated feeling of pride in your superiority to others
bank holding company a holding company owning or controlling one or more banks
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
World Bank
IBRD
a United Nations agency created to assist developing nations by loans guaranteed by member governments
central bank a government monetary authority that issues currency and regulates the supply of credit and holds the reserves of other banks and sells new issues of securities for the government
European Central Bank the central bank of those members of the European Union who share a common currency, The European Central Bank is Europe's equivalent of the Federal Reserve
Federal Reserve Bank
reserve bank
one of regional banks that monitor and act as depositories for banks in their region
Bank of England the central bank of England and Wales
Bank of Japan the central bank of Japan
agent bank a bank that acts as an agent for a foreign bank
commercial bank
full service bank
a financial institution that accepts demand deposits and makes loans and provides other services for the public
national bank a commercial bank chartered by the federal government
state bank a bank chartered by a state rather than by the federal government
lead bank
agent bank
a bank named by a lending syndicate of several banks to protect their interests
member bank a bank that is a member of the Federal Reserve System
merchant bank
acquirer
a credit card processing bank, merchants receive credit for credit card receipts less a processing fee
depository financial institution
bank
banking concern
banking company
a financial institution that accepts deposits and channels the money into lending activities, he cashed a check at the bank, that bank holds the mortgage on my home
industrial bank
industrial loan company
a finance company that makes small loans to industrial workers
savings bank a thrift institution in the northeastern United States, since deregulation in the s they offer services competitive with many commercial banks
Home Loan Bank one of regional banks that monitor and make short-term credit advances to thrift institutions in their region
Federal Home Loan Bank System the central credit system for thrift institutions
mutual savings bank
MSB
a statehartered savings bank owned by its depositors and managed by a board of trustees
federal savings bank
FSB
a federally chartered savings bank
bank an arrangement of similar objects in a row or in tiers, he operated a bank of switches
West Bank an area between Israel and Jordan on the west bank of the Jordan river, populated largely by Palestinians
Left Bank
Latin Quarter
the region of Paris on the southern bank of the Seine, a center of artistic and student life
Right Bank the region of Paris on the north bank of the Seine
bank a long ridge or pile, a huge bank of earth
bank sloping land (especially the slope beside a body of water), they pulled the canoe up on the bank, he sat on the bank of the river and watched the currents
bank cant
camber
a slope in the turn of a road or track, the outside is higher than the inside in order to reduce the effects of centrifugal force
cloud bank a layer of clouds seen from a distance
bank commissioner a commissioner appointed to supervise banks, a state superintendent of banks
bank examiner an examiner appointed to audit the accounts of banks in a given jurisdiction
bank guard a security guard at a bank
bank manager manager of a branch office of a bank
bank robber a robber of banks
teller
cashier
bank clerk
an employee of a bank who receives and pays out money
Banks
Sir Joseph Banks
English botanist who accompanied Captain Cook on his first voyage to the Pacific Ocean (-)
Rhine
J. B. Rhine
Joseph Banks Rhine
United States parapsychologist (-)
systemic circulation circulation that supplies blood to all the body except to the lungs
discount rate
discount bank discount
interest on an annual basis deducted in advance on a loan
bank rate the discount rate fixed by a central bank
bank the funds held by a gambling house or the dealer in some gambling games, he tried to break the bank at Monte Carlo
bank account a fund that a customer has entrusted to a bank and from which the customer can make withdrawals, he moved his bank account to a new bank
savings account trust
savings bank trust
trust account
trustee account
Totten trust
a savings account deposited by someone who makes themselves the trustee for a beneficiary and who controls it during their lifetime, afterward the balance is payable to the previously named beneficiary
bank a supply or stock held in reserve for future use (especially in emergencies)
blood bank a place for storing whole blood or blood plasma, the Red Cross created a blood bank for emergencies
eye bank a place for storing and preserving corneas that are obtained from human corpses immediately after death, used for corneal transplantation to patients with corneal defects
food bank a place where food is contributed and made available to those in need, they set up a food bank for the flood victims
soil bank land retired from crop cultivation and planted with soil-building crops, government subsidies are paid to farmers for their retired land
bank loan a loan made by a bank, to be repaid with interest on or before a fixed date
bank card a credit card issued by a bank
credit line
line of credit
bank line
line
personal credit line
personal line of credit
the maximum credit that a customer is allowed
bank draft
banker's draft
a draft drawn by a bank against funds deposited in another bank
deposit bank deposit money deposited in a bank or some similar institution
check
bank check
cheque
a written order directing a bank to pay money, he paid all his bills by check
bill
note government note
bank bill
banker's bill
bank note
banknote
Federal Reserve note
greenback
a piece of paper money (especially one issued by a central bank), he peeled off five one-thousand-zloty notes
bank-depositor relation the responsibility of a bank to act in the best interests of the depositors
systemic lupus erythematosus
SLE
disseminated lupus erythematosus
an inflammatory disease of connective tissue with variable features including fever and weakness and fatigability and joint pains and skin lesions on the face or neck or arms
importance
grandness
a prominent status, a person of importance
bank failure the inability of a bank to meet its credit obligations
bank gravel
pitun gravel
pit run
gravel as found in natural deposits
bank holiday any of several weekdays when banks are closed, a legal holiday in Britain
trust
swear a rely b bank
have confidence or faith in, We can trust in God, Rely on your friends, bank on your good education, I swear by my grandmother's recipes
bank cover with ashes so to control the rate of burning, bank a fire
bank enclose with a bank, bank roads
bank tip laterally, the pilot had to bank the aircraft
deposit
bank
put into a bank account, She deposits her paycheck every month
bank be in the banking business
bank act as the banker in a game or in gambling
bank do business with a bank or keep an account at a bank, Where do you bank in this town?
systemic affecting an entire system, a systemic poison

 

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