bank

listen to the pronunciation of bank
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} sahil
{f} parasal işlerini yapmak
{f} set çekmek
kum yığını
(Havacılık) yatış
bankaya para yatırmak
yığmak
yığılmak
kümelenmek
ırmak kıyısı
(Ticaret) bankaya yatırmak
yığın
tümsek
kenar

İki kurbağa dere kenarında otururken yağmur yağmaya başlar. Kurbağalardan biri diğerine şöyle der: Çabuk suya gir, yoksa ıslanacağız. - Two frogs are sitting on the bank, when it starts to rain. One of them says, Quick, get in the water so we don't get wet.

küme
(oyun) banko
nehir/göl kıyısı
banka

Banka ona 500 dolar ödünç verdi. - The bank lent him 500 dollars.

Banka ona 500 dolar ödünç verdi. - The bank lent her 500 dollars.

bayır
{f} bankaya (para) yatırmak
{f} önlemek

Kıbrıs iflası önlemek için mücadele ediyor. - Cyprus is struggling to avoid bankruptcy.

{i} kıyı

Bir adam karşı kıyıda balık avlıyordu. - A man was fishing on the opposite bank.

Nehrin uzak kıyısında bir sürü çöp var. - There's a lot of trash on the far bank of the river.

{i} banko
bilardo masasının kenarı
kenar kıyıdan açık kısımlarda deniz dibinin sığ olduğu bölge
banka,v.bankaya yatır: n.banka
{i} silindir arası (motor)
{i} yokuş
{i} (set gibi duran, yanları hafif meyilli/dik) toprak kümesi
{i} (nehir, göl, v.b.'ne ait) kıyı, kenar
sıra

Bankaya gittim ve neyseki sırayla girmek zorunda kalmadım. - I got to the bank and luckily didn't have to get in line.

Banka ekonomik durgunluk sırasında çöktü. - The bank collapsed during the recession.

küçük manşet
{i} (bulut) kümesi
{i} set
{f} para yatırmak
piyano veya orgda tuş sıralanndan her biri
{f} para sürmek
{i} tuş arası [müz.]
ocak agzı
{f} uçağı yan yatırarak döndürmek
(Askeri) YATIŞ: Bir hava aracının, uçuş sırasında, bir tarafına yatış hali
{i} uçağın bir yana yatması
kısa kürekçi sırası
(Askeri) bank
sedde
küme (bulut)
şeria
nehir kıyısı
göl kıyısı
tuş arası
banking
bankacılık

Bankacılık sektörü deregülasyon için lobi yaptı. - The banking industry lobbied for deregulation.

Online bankacılık çok uygun. - Online banking is very convenient.

piggy bank
kumbara

Tom bir çekiçle kumbarasını kırdı. - Tom smashed his piggy bank with a hammer.

Benim kumbaram benim yaramaz kız kardeşim tarafından kırıldı. - My piggy bank was broken by my naughty sister.

bank angle
(Askeri,Teknik) yatış açısı
bank bills
(Ticaret) banka bonoları
bank check
(Ticaret) banka çeki
bank creel
(Teknik,Tekstil) cağlık
bank name
banka adı
bank of
(Bilgisayar) öbek
bank on
(Dilbilim) ümit etmek
bank on
-e bel bağlamak
bank rate
banka ıskonto haddi
bank rate
(Kanun,Ticaret) banka iskonto haddi
bank rate
banka iskontosu
bank shot
(Spor) potalı şut
bank wire
banka havalesi
bank account
banka hesabı

Onun bir İsviçre banka hesabında gizlenmiş çok fazla parası olduğu söyleniyor. - It's rumored that he has a lot of money stashed away in a Swiss bank account.

Banka hesabını bilmemizde bir sakınca var mı? - May we know your bank account?

bank balance
banka bilançosu
bank bill
banknot
bank building
banka binası
bank card
banka kartı
bank charge
banka gideri
bank credit
banka kredisi
bank credit slip
banka alacak dekontu
bank creel
çözgü sehpası
bank deposit
banka mevduatı
bank discount
banka iskontosu
bank discount
banka ıskontosu
bank endorsement
banka cirosu
bank extract
banka hesap ekstresi
bank gravel
teras çakılı
bank guarantee
banka garantisi
bank holiday
bankaların resmi tatil günü
bank holiday
resmi tatil

Gelecek Salı resmî tatil. - Next Tuesday is a bank holiday.

Pazartesi günü resmi tatildir. - Monday is a bank holiday.

bank interest
banka faizi
bank loan
banka kredisi
bank note
banknot
bank note
kâğıt para
bank of issue
emisyon bankası
bank on
güven
bank on
bel bağlamak
bank on
güvenmek
bank rate
banka faiz oranı
bank remittance
banka havalesi
bank select
sıra seçimi
bank statement
banka hesap yağdayı
bank up
yığılmak
bank up
yığmak
Bank of Provinces
İller Bankası
bank acceptance
banka kabulü, banka akseptansi
bank branch
banka şubesi
bank letter of guarantee
banka teminat mektubu
bank loan demand
banka kredisi talebi
bank loans
banka kredileri
bank robbery
banka soygunu

Görünen o ki, banka soygunu en ince ayrıntısına kadar planlanmış. - It appears that the bank robbery was planned right down to the last detail.

Banka soygunu sana hapishanede on yıla malolacak. - Bank robbery will cost you ten years in prison.

bank secrecy
(Ticaret) Banka gizliliği, banka mahremiyeti, banka sırdaşlığı
bank supervision
banka denetim
bank teller machine
bankoamatik
bank teller machine
bankomat
bank tellers
banka anlatanlar
bank on
(Dilbilim) beklemek
bank on
(Dilbilim) ummak
the bank
(Ticaret) ingiliz merkez bankası
banking
{f} bankaya yatır
bank statement
Hesap özeti, hesap durumu, banka bildirimi
bank clerk
banka memuru

Babam bir banka memuru. - My father is a bank clerk.

Onun babası bir banka memuru. - Her father is a bank clerk.

bank holiday
İng. cumartesi ve pazar günleri dışındaki resmi tatil
bank loan
(Ticaret) bankadan alınan kredi
bank loan
(Ticaret) banka ikrazatı
bank of
(filters) suzgec obegi
bank on
-e bel bağlamak, -e güvenmek: We are banking on their support. Desteklerine bel bağladık
bank statement
hesap özeti
bank statement
hesap durumu
bank teller
banka memuru
banking
banka

Bir bankacılık skandalı Capitol Hill'i baştan başa süpürüyor. - A banking scandal is sweeping across Capitol Hill.

Online bankacılık çok uygun. - Online banking is very convenient.

banking
{i} dönerken yan yatma (uçak)
banking
bank eğimli hareket et
banking
{i} viraj yüksekliği
banking
işlem
banking
{i} banka işlemleri
banking
finans
Englisch - Englisch
A row of keys on a musical keyboard or the equivalent on a typewriter keyboard
To put into a bank

I'm going to bank the money.

An underwriter or controller of a card game, also banque
To cover the embers of a fire with ashes in order to retain heat
An incline, a hill
To arrange or order in a row
A slope of earth, sand, etc.; an embankment
An edge of river, lake, or other watercourse
To deal with a bank or financial institution

He banked with Barclays.

A branch office of such an institution
An elevation, or rising ground, under the sea; a shallow area of shifting sand, gravel, mud, and so forth (for example, a sandbank or mudbank)
The incline of an aircraft, especially during a turn
A row or panel of items stored or grouped together

a bank of switches.

To form into a bank or heap, to bank up
An institution where one can place and borrow money and take care of financial affairs
A safe and guaranteed place of storage for and retrieval of important items or goods

data bank.

To cause (an aircraft) to bank
To roll or incline laterally in order to turn
{n} a ridge of earth, side of a stream, bench of rowers, a joint fund for discounting notes, and issuing bills, a banking company, or their edifice
{v} t. to raise a mound, inclose with a bank
An establishment for the custody, loan, exchange, or issue, of money, and for facilitating the transmission of funds by drafts or bills of exchange; an institution incorporated for performing one or more of such functions, or the stockholders (or their representatives, the directors), acting in their corporate capacity
In certain games, as dominos, a fund of pieces from which the players are allowed to draw
A bench; a high seat, or seat of distinction or judgment; a tribunal or court
put into a bank account; "She deposites her paycheck every month"
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"
Institution for receiving, lending, and safeguarding money It may receive money on deposit, cash checks or bills of exchange, make loans, discount commercial paper, and issue bank notes (promissory notes payable to bearer)
A bank is a company that provides financial services There are a number of banks available, and which one to use really comes down to the one with which you feel most comfortable Their services range from providing a facility to save money to loaning money and providing credit cards and stock market brokering A student will primarily use a bank to provide a safe place for saving and/or storing their money, providing loans and providing credit cards In order to use such banking facilities you must first open a bank account This involves visit your nearest branch and asking for a bank account form This can be filled in with the helps of a bank clerk When you have opened an account you will be given an account number which corresponds to the newly opened account The account number is confidential, known only by you and your bank and should be kept this way Once you have an account you can access your money in various ways, typically using a cheque, debit card or credit card
The portion of the channel cross section that restricts lateral movement of water at normal levels The bank often has a gradient steeper than 45[[ordmasculine]] and exhibits a distinct break in slope from the stream bottom An obvious change in substrate may be a reliable delineation of the bank (American Fisheries Society 1985)
enclose with a bank; "bank roads"
1) A collection of sound patches (data as to the sequence and operating parameters of the synthesizer generators and modifiers) in memory 2) A group of sound modules as a unit
A deposit of ore or coal, worked by excavations above water level
An embankment
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"
a long ridge or pile; "a huge bank of earth"
The bench or seat upon which the judges sit
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"
The margin of a watercourse; the rising ground bordering a lake, river, or sea, or forming the edge of a cutting, or other hollow
do business with a bank or keep an account at a bank; "Where do you bank in this town?"
1 A slot or group of slots that must be populated with modules of like capacity in order to fulfill the data width requirement of the CPU 2 A segment of memory on a module, sometimes also referred to as a row Modules are either single or dual banked 3 An internal logic segment in a memory component For example, a 64Mb SDRAM has 4 banks
a flight maneuver; aircraft tips laterally about its longitudinal axis (especially in turning); "the plane went into a steep bank"
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
To deposit money in a bank; to have an account with a banker
The face of the coal at which miners are working
cover with ashes so to control the rate of burning; "bank a fire"
{i} institution for saving and borrowing money; riverbank; cashier; slope; mound, heap (of snow); row of keys (such as on a piano); memory slot, socket for connecting a memory chip (Computers)
A steep acclivity, as the slope of a hill, or the side of a ravine
A fund from deposits or contributions, to be used in transacting business; a joint stock or capital
Institution that deals in money and its substitutes and provides other financial services. Banks accept deposits and make loans and derive a profit from the difference in the interest paid to lenders (depositors) and charged to borrowers, respectively. They also profit from fees charged for services. The three major classes of banks are commercial banks, investment banks, and central banks. Banking depends entirely on public confidence in the system's soundness; no bank could pay all its depositors should they simultaneously demand cash, as may happen in a panic. See also credit union; Federal Reserve System; savings and loan association; savings bank. Bank of Canada Bank of England Bank of the United States Bank War blood bank central bank commercial bank development bank bank rate Green Bank equation Export Import Bank of the United States Ex Im Bank Georges Bank Inter American Development Bank International Bank for Economic Cooperation International Bank for Reconstruction and Development investment bank national bank savings bank West Bank wildcat bank World Bank Banks Island Banks Peninsula Banks Ernie Ernest Banks Banks Russell Banks Sir Joseph Grand Banks Liverpool Robert Banks Jenkinson 2nd earl of Mullis Kary Banks Outer Banks Chemical Banking Corp. electronic banking
An approved company that accepts monetary deposits or loans money In the UK, the Bank of England approves all banks
To keep a bank; to carry on the business of a banker
To deposit in a bank
The margins of a channel Banks are called right or left as viewed facing in the direction of the flow
The building or office used for banking purposes
To pass by the banks of
A sort of table used by printers
A depository financial institution such as a bank or credit union
(a) A range of frequencies between upper and lower limits or (b) a group of tracks on a magnetic drum or magnetic disc or (c) telco carrier equipment (channel bank)
a flight maneuver; aircraft tips laterally about its longitudinal axis (especially in turning); "the plane went into a steep bank" a building in which commercial banking is transacted; "the bank is on the corner of Nassau and Witherspoon" an arrangement of similar objects in a row or in tiers; "he operated a bank of switches" a long ridge or pile; "a huge bank of earth" 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" 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 the funds held by a gambling house or the dealer in some gambling games; "he tried to break the bank at Monte Carlo" a supply or stock held in reserve for future use (especially in emergencies) cover with ashes so to control the rate of burning; "bank a fire" enclose with a bank; "bank roads" tip laterally; "the pilot had to bank the aircraft" be in the banking business act as the banker in a game or in gambling do business with a bank or keep an account at a bank; "Where do you bank in this town?
tip laterally; "the pilot had to bank the aircraft"
act as the banker in a game or in gambling
a supply or stock held in reserve for future use (especially in emergencies) cover with ashes so to control the rate of burning; "bank a fire"
A division in the organization of memory; a group of memory chips, each of which contains a portion of a word
A group or series of objects arranged near together; as, a bank of electric lamps, etc
An instrument utilized in the financing of foreign trade, making possible Acceptance the payment of cash to an exporter covering all or a part of the amount of a shipment made by him Such an arrangement originates with the foreign importer who instructs his local bank to provide for a "commercial acceptance credit" with, for example, a New York bank in favor of a named American exporter; the New York bank then issues an acceptance credit, in effect guaranteed by the foreign bank, to the exporter, under the terms of which he may draw a time bill of exchange maturing in 60 or 90 days Supported by the required evidence of shipment, the bill of exchange is accepted by the bank, by endorsement on the face of the bill, thus signifying that it will pay the bill at maturity The exporter may retain the bill until maturity or sell it on the so-called "discount market "
a container (usually with a slot in the top) for keeping money at home; "the coin bank was empty"
(1) A set of patches (2) Any related set of items, e g , a filter bank (a set of filters that work together to process a single signal)
To raise a mound or dike about; to inclose, defend, or fortify with a bank; to embank
be in the banking business
To tilt sidewise in rounding a curve; said of a flying machine, an aërocurve, or the like
A mound, pile, or ridge of earth, raised above the surrounding level; hence, anything shaped like a mound or ridge of earth; as, a bank of clouds; a bank of snow
Bank Holiday
Alternative capitalization of bank holiday
Bank Holidays
plural form of Bank Holiday
Bank of England
The building in Threadneedle Street that houses it
Bank of England
The organisation which controls this bank

I am an employee of the Bank of England.

Bank of England
The central bank of the United Kingdom
bank account
the formal relationship established between the depositor and the bank
bank account
a fund deposited by a customer (the depositor) in a bank from which they can make withdrawals
bank account
a statement summarizing credit and debit transactions with the account
bank balance
The amount by which a current account is in credit or deficit
bank card
A credit card or debit card
bank cheque
A cheque which is payable by a bank itself, as opposed to an ordinary cheque payable only out of the funds of a particular customer's account. A bank cheque is normally obtained by a bank customer (by paying its face value), the point is that the person receiving the cheque has the security of knowing it's payable by the bank and thus cannot bounce (not so long as the bank is solvent)
bank holiday
In Great Britain and some other countries, a weekday, often a Monday, on which most businesses are closed and granted to workers as a national holiday
bank machine
An automated teller machine
bank machines
plural form of bank machine
bank mix
bulk stamps collected by banks and other large businesses, then sold to the collecting trade to raise funds for charities
bank night
An event where patrons are enticed to buy entry tickets into some venue, for example a movie theater, with the anticipation that they will be entered into a drawing to win an amount of money if their ticket is drawn and they are on-site at the time of the winning
bank of issue
A bank which issues its own notes payable to bearer
bank on
To be sure of something. To depend on it

I'm banking on you being there. I don't have your expertise.

bank rate
The rate of interest that a central bank charges when it lends money to another bank
bank robber
one who robs or steals from a bank
bank robbers
plural form of bank robber
bank statement
A communication from a bank to a person holding an account in that bank, usually issued monthly, detailing the value of the holdings in that account and the effects of all transactions occurring with respect to that account
bank statements
plural form of bank statement
bank transfer
wire transfer
bank transfers
plural form of bank transfer
bank vole
A species of vole, Myodes glareolus, former genus names Chletrionomys and Evotomys
bank voles
plural form of bank vole
bank secrecy
Confidentiality concerning bank transactions
Bank Leumi Mortgage Bank
Israeli bank that specializes in providing mortgages
banked
piled high with

He tripped and fell on the banked corners of the road.

banked
Simple past tense and past participle of bank
banking
Present participle of bank
banking
A horizontal turn
banking
The business of managing a bank
banking
The occupation of managing or working in a bank
A bank
thrift
Banks
British botanist noted for his circumnavigation of the globe (1768-1771) with James Cook, during which he discovered and cataloged many species of plant and animal life
Export-Import Bank of the United States Ex-Im Bank
One of the principal U.S. government agencies in international finance. Originally incorporated as the Export-Import Bank of Washington in 1934, its goal is to help finance U.S. exports, principally by lending money to foreign buyers of U.S. goods and services. Such assistance often consists of credits to foreign banks and governments in connection with development projects. See also development bank
bank account
money deposited in a bank and credited to the depositor
bank account
a fund that a customer has entrusted to a bank and from which they can make withdrawals; "he moved his bank account to a new bank
bank account
A bank account is an arrangement with a bank which allows you to keep your money in the bank and to take some out when you need it. Funds deposited in a bank that are credited to and subject to withdrawal by the depositor. an arrangement between a bank and a customer that allows the customer to pay in and take out money
bank clerk
bank teller, employee of a bank who serves clientele
bank clerk
an employee of a bank who receives and pays out money
bank holiday
A bank holiday is a public holiday. an official holiday when banks and most businesses are closed American Equivalent: public holiday
bank holiday
any of several weekdays when banks are closed; a legal holiday in Britain
bank holiday
n A contradiction in terms - a holiday being a "holy day", whereas the only thing remotely devotional about a bank is the faith of its communicants in one day having returned to them a share of what they have spent that part of their lives not holidaying, working to put in
bank holiday
These are public holidays within the United kingdom, where you do not have to work Everyone in employment is entitled to Bank Holidays in addition to his or her annual leave
bank holiday
public holiday on which banks are closed
bank holiday
The Irish in the Republic are looking forward to them, but we are surprised by these holidays It's the first Monday in May, in June and in August, and the last Monday in October
bank loan
money lent by a bank
bank loan
a loan made by a bank; to be repaid with interest on or before a fixed date
bank on
If you bank on something happening, you expect it to happen and rely on it happening. `He's not still there, I suppose?' --- `I wouldn't bank on that,' she said. = count on
bank on
count on, depend on, rely on
bank statement
A monthly statement of account which a bank renders to each of its depositors
bank statement
A statement detailing all transactions made through a deposit account, usually issued monthly BACK TO TOP
bank statement
a printed statement of a customer's account regularly provided by the bank
bank statement
A record of a customer's account that the Bank renders periodically, usually monthly, following certain cut-off dates depending on the type of account It shows a chronological summary of debit and credit transactions such as deposits, interest earned, withholding tax withheld, withdrawals, and so forth This is available through metrobankdirect either onscreen or by downloading it to a Microsoft Excel file
bank statement
A periodic record of a customer's account that is issued at regular intervals, showing all transactions recorded for the period in question
bank statement
listing of transactions and balances of a bank account
bank statement
a statement sent by a bank to a checking account customer, such as a union, showing deposits, checks cleared, service charges, interest earned, and ending balances for a specified period, usually one month
bank statement
A statement detailing all transactions made through a deposit account, usually issued monthly Top of Page
bank statement
a periodic report showing balances and transactions between a certain period
bank statement
a periodic statement prepared by a bank for each client; "I wish my bank statement arrived earlier in the month
bank statement
A periodic report, rendered by a bank to a customer, showing the account balance at the start of the period, the transactions affecting the account, and the closing balance The statement may combine transactions involving both checking and savings accounts, and may include bank card activity
bank statement
A bank statement is a printed document showing all the money paid into and taken out of a bank account. Bank statements are usually sent by a bank to a customer at regular intervals. a document sent regularly by a bank to a customer that lists the amounts of money taken out of and paid into their bank account
bank statement
Report sent by the bank to the owner of the checking account indicating checks processed, deposits made, and so on, along with beginning and ending balances
bank statement
A monthly accounting of funds and activity in a banking account
bank statement
This is the document you receive from your glossary('bank','bank',5) on a monthly basis that describes the state of your account (balance, glossary('overdraft','overdrafts',5) etc) It will detail every glossary('credit','credit',5) to your account (money that has been added) and every glossary('debit','debit',5) (money taken out)
bank statement
a record of all transactions (credits and debits) in a bank account during a particular period
bank statement
A detailed record of transactions rendered by a bank to a depositor, usually monthly
bank statement
A monthly report showing the bank's record of the checking account
bank statement
a periodic statement prepared by a bank for each client; "I wish my bank statement arrived earlier in the month"
bank statement
A report sent from banks each month to its customers to identify all activity since the prior statement
bank statement
account statement
bank statement
A report sent from a bank to a customer showing all transaction activity for a bank account for a specific period of time Bank statements report beginning balance, deposits made, checks cleared, bank charges, credits, and ending balance Enclosed with the bank statement are cancelled checks, debit memos, and credit memos Large institutional banking customers usually receive electronic bank statements as well as the paper versions
banked
arranged or mounded up on the edge (e.g. snow on the edge of the street or mud on the edge of the riverbank; deposited, put for safekeeping (as in the bank)
banked
A banked stretch of road is higher on one side than the other. He struggled to hold the bike down on the banked corners
banked
If a place is banked with something, it is piled high with that thing. If something is banked up, it is piled high. Flowerbeds and tubs are banked with summer bedding plants The snow was banked up along the roadside. = piled
banked
past of bank
banking
Present participle of to bank
banking
The sloping of the track surface, measured in degrees from horizontal
banking
The process of storing unconfigured software products
banking
Cash Flow Summary - Column Heading Definitions: Day: Processing date for activity
banking
The slope of the turns, which can help cars enter and exit the corners A flat track would have 0 degrees of banking A track with 15 degrees would have significant banking The higher the degree of banking, the faster the cars will be able to travel
banking
The sloping of a race track, particularly at a curve or corner, from the apron to the height of a track's slope at its outside edge
banking
leaning inward (inclining toward the inside of the turn) with a relatively straight body position
banking
Involves saving emission reduction credits for future use when their value may increase The value of emission reduction credits may also decrease depending on market factors
banking
engaging in the business of banking; maintaining savings and checking accounts and issuing loans and credit etc
banking
Term used to describe a locomotive attached to the rear of a train to assist it over an incline
banking
The sloping of turns, which help cars negotiate corners Zero degrees of banking would be a track that is flat while 30 degrees of banking represents a significant amount of banking The higher the degree of banking the faster the cars can run because the do not have to slow down as much to get through the turns The steepest banking on the Winston Cup Circuit is the 36-degree banked turns of Bristol, Tenn , and the shallowest is 12 degrees at Martinsville, Va
banking
a provision in District permit regulations that allows a facility to obtain credits for reducing emissions beyond regulatory limits and use those credits at a later date, similar to how a savings account works
banking
The slope of a race track, particularly at a curve or corner, from the apron to the outside wall Degree of banking refers to the height of a track's slope at it's outside edge or top
banking
transacting business with a bank; depositing or withdrawing funds or requesting a loan etc
banking
On oval tracks, the corners are often tilted inward to provide faster speeds On some road courses, certain turns may actually be banked outward, a very difficult type of corner known as "off-camber "
banking
A system for recording qualified air emissions reductions for later use in bubble, offset or netting transactions See Also: Bubble, Emissions trading Back to Top
banking
* Bank Sites * Debit Cards * Online Credit * Home Bank * Scaled Costs
banking
A system for recording qualified air emission reductions for later use in bubble, offset, or netting transactions
banking
A The sloping of a race track from the apron to the outside wall Degree of banking refers to the height of a tracks slope at its outside edges
banking
A system for recording qualified air emission reductions for later use in bubble, offset, or netting transactions (See: emissions trading )
banking
Assisting the working of a train, usually when ascending a grade, by attaching one or more locomotives to the rear of the train
banking
Energy delivered or received by a utility with the intent that it will be returned in kind in the future See Storage, Energy Exchange
banking
Depositing a week of timeshare into an exchange company "bank" see also "Block Banking" Also called Space Banking
banking
{i} business of a bank, business of financial transactions
banking
Saving or storing emissions permits or Certified Emissions Reductions for future use in anticipation that these will accrue value over time
banking
the ability of sources to carry over unused allowances and/or offsets for use in a later compliance period
banking
Banking is the business activity of banks and similar institutions. the business of a bank
banking
The business of a bank or of a banker
banking
The sloping of turns, which help cars drive thru the corners faster The angle of banking is always in relation to the horizon The higher the banking, the faster the cars can drive thru the corners
banks
English botanist who accompanied Captain Cook on his first voyage to the Pacific Ocean (1743-1820)
banks
A place to go for Mortgages & Loans
banks
plural of bank
banks
The sides of a channel which holds or carries water
banks
third person singular of bank
banks
Organisations that provide Mortgages & Loans
banks
Offer a wide range of financial services including mortgages They generally offer a few select mortgage programs Banks may keep loans in their portfolio or sell their loans Banks may also work with other mortgage bankers to originate their loans
banks
Financial institutions that accept deposits and make loans (such as commercial banks, savings and loan associations, and credit unions) 8
banks
A wide range of national and international bank branches Timetable (Monday to Friday): 08 30 hours till 14 00 hours
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bench

There is a bench under the tree. - Ağacın altında bir bank var.

Where is the nearest bench? - En yakın bank nerede?

sedile
(Askeri) bank
overfall
bench (a simple seat usually found in gardens, parks, or waiting rooms)
settle
park bench
bank
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