There are 2 main translations of bank in Spanish

: bank1bank2

bank1

orilla, n.

Pronunciation: /bæŋk//baŋk/

noun

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    • 1.1(edge of river)

      orilla feminine
      ribera feminine
      the river had burst its banks el río se había desbordado / se había salido de madre
      • Winter Wrens breed in moist coniferous forests and nest in dense brush especially along stream banks.
      • Massive housing projects are springing up on the banks of lakes.
      • Each year, hundreds of thousands of spectators line the banks of the River Thames to support the two crews.
      • All these cities are built alongside rivers whose banks provide major recreational spaces.
      • Welcome to the sunny banks of Lake Victoria in Tanzania - one of the world's largest lakes and, according to some, the cradle of humankind.
      • Beyond that, a narrower but more fertile inner plain slopes down to the bank of the Delaware River.
      • Lighting effects have been put up in trees and rafts lie alongside the banks of the lake suggesting that fireworks could be launched from the water's surface.
      • Santo said the flooding was triggered by torrential rains over the last three days, which caused several rivers to overflow their banks.
      • Ahead of me a row of pollarded willows lines the bank of the stream, beyond which the ground slopes gently upwards towards leafless woodland, appearing sombre grey.
      • The Glasgow plan aims to quicken the pace of development at Atlantic Quay and surrounding land on the north bank of the river.
      • Russian villages were typically situated near the bank of a lake, river, or stream.
      • The poplar and willow trees line the opposite bank of the River Kennet from the Town Mill homes.
      • They were standing on the banks of the lake in the forest, watching the sunlight glisten off its silver surface.
      • The river overflows its banks and floods the land with fresh water and deposits a thick layer of rich alluvial soil.
      • We chugged along the river, its banks lined with shabby wooden huts.
      • Wooden lodges and log cabins are usually found on the banks of a lake or river.
      • Willow will be planted to shore up the banks of the River Devon and wetland created to soak up water on neighbouring hilltops.
      • When we finally arrived at the rather pretty camp-site on the banks of a blue lake, we had been travelling for more than 24 hours.
      • He and a girlfriend moved into an old hunting shack on the banks of Lake Superior, about eight miles from the nearest town.
      • These figures for the most part do not include freshwater wetlands along the shores of lakes, banks of rivers, in estuaries and along the marine coasts.

    • 1.2(slope)

      terraplén masculine
      Mechanics talud masculine
      • Sometimes, as we rode the bank of a curve, the wheels became slightly airborne, momentarily escaping the pull of gravity.
      • I learned firsthand how these Olympic competitors use the steep banks to reach top speed.
      • This week I make the swap from climbing the banks of the track to climbing the mountains in California.
      • So we need a good baseline setup for a great car for the weekend because it is a pretty flat track, and the bank doesn't help the car turn.

    • 1.3(graded bend)

      peralte masculine

  • 2

    • 2.1(mass)

      bank of earth/snow montículo de tierra/nieve
      • bank of clouds masa de nubes

    • 2.2(on bed of sea, river)

      banco masculine
      bajío masculine
      • The route goes up and down, deepest point 18m and as shallow as 6m over some sand and gravel banks.
      • This is definitely so for small juvenile fish, but the bigger adults prefer a mix of clean and broken ground, often seeking out gravel banks and sandbanks adjacent to much rougher ground.
      • It is a great sight, with ant-like streams pouring across long pontoons over the river's shallow sandy banks to innumerable craft moored midstream.
      • Far from the island we waded through a waist deep channel of fast flowing ebb tide, then climbed onto a hard bank of rippled sand.
      • The rope lands on a shingle bank in the streambed.
      • At the mouth the shallow banks of the creek slanted sharply down around a large, flat boulder protruding from the lake, creating a miniature canyon of mud.
      • Flat banks of white sand covered with tall grasses stretched into the distance.
      • The floor was a soft bank of gravel and sand underneath half a metre of scum topped water.
      • So obviously when you have a tremendous coral reef and the combination of shallow banks, you have a fantastic habitat for all types of marine life.
      • It is an altogether different kind of wreck, with the broken remains well scattered and partly buried by a 2m-high bank of sand.

  • 3

    (of typewriter keys) teclado masculine
    (of dials, instruments) tablero masculine
  • 4

    • 4.1(row of oars)

      hilera de remos feminine
      • If there were 100 oars per bank, that would have required 15000 oarsmen.
      • The standard galley or galere ordinaire, had twenty-six banks of oars per side, with five men at each oar.
      • The starboard banks of oars dipped hard into the water, and the trading ship swung abruptly to the left and slowly glided to the dock.

    • 4.2(rower's bench)

      banco masculine


transitive verb

  • 1

    (grade)
    (racetrack/bend) peraltar
  • 2

    (fire)
  • 3US

    (deflect)
    hacer rebotar

intransitive verb

  • 1

    Aviation
    ladearse

There are 2 main translations of bank in Spanish

: bank1bank2

bank2

banco, n.

Pronunciation: /bæŋk//baŋk/

noun

  • 1

    Finance
    banco masculine
    the nationalization of the banks la nacionalización de los bancos / de la banca
    • to laugh / cry all the way to the bank morirse de risa
    • when they tell me I write trash, I cry all the way to the bank cuando me dicen que escribo basura, me río pensando en mis regalías
    • bank deposits depósitos bancarios
    • bank raid atraco a un banco
  • 2

    (in gambling)
    the bank la banca
    • to break the bank hacer saltar la banca
    • you can eat there without breaking the bank allí se puede comer sin arruinarse / sin gastar un dineral
  • 3

    (store, supply)
    banco masculine
    blood/sperm bank banco de sangre/semen

intransitive verb

  • 1

    Finance
    I bank with the National tengo la cuenta en el National
    • where do they bank?, who do they bank with? ¿dónde tienen la cuenta?
    • to shop and bank from home comprar y hacer operaciones bancarias desde la casa
    • He rounded a bank of lockers and almost got a Glock 9mm shoved up his nose.
    • Its English news studio sports a bank of TV monitors just as CNN does.
    • It is not the mast but the bank of aerials at the top that radiates microwave energy.
    • There was smoke in the hall near the bank of elevators.
    • Across the room, mounted above a bank of exercise machines, are five television monitors, each set to a different station.
    • It consisted of a bank of electronic tone generators and an associated array of processing devices that regulated the nature of the sounds.
    • Check for sources of electromagnetic interference such as banks of modems on web servers.
    • There are banks of electronic gizmos of unknown origin and purpose.
    • Two banks of four electric smoke grenade dischargers are fitted either side of the front turret.
    • At the front of the vehicle he saw a bank of large video monitors that gave an astonishing real-time view of the terrain outside.
    • He goes to work at his bank of electronics, and yes - twiddles some knobs.
    • Off to one side of the lobby now, I spied a bank of elevators.
    • By the time both beds were wheeled to the end of the hallway near a bank of elevators, Jared was able to see both kidnappers more closely.
    • Once again I was thwarted in my attempt to understand how to tune in to the audio on the bank of TVs mounted above the treadmills.
    • In that grey box you see by the railroad crossing lights there is a bank of batteries.
    • Whenever I saw him standing at the bank of elevators, I'd quickly turn and scurry away.
    • It is powered by a conventional electric motor with a bank of batteries to run it.
    • My flickering flashlight swung across a bank of overhead stowage.
    • That engine featured three banks of four cylinders each.
    • There was a pool table, a small bank of computers and a corpulent Italian speaking loudly into a mobile phone.
    • A job bank computer is also available at the office and helps those looking for work to see what is available.
    • For an egg bank to maintain its value as a historical record, the sediments should have little or no disturbance.
    • Already artists, scientists, musicians and communities have together created a bank of songs, stories, choirs and artworks.
    • Each question in the test bank is referenced to its original source in the textbook, making it easy to verify or modify questions and answers.
    • These banks are maintained for all those in need, not to store blood for any particular potential recipient.
    • Xenografts derived from animal sources might also be used and could be stored in tissue banks for use when required.
    • The building settles into contours, spreading out horizontally over a vast buried chamber - the seed bank itself.
    • The value of the seed bank in the species pool at GCB was estimated to be greater than any other species establishment mode.
    • For example, seed dormancy, leading to the production of soil seed banks, allows escape from unfavourable conditions in time rather than in space.
    • The organization now has an image bank of stock images that clients can view and contact the photographers.
    • There is a bank of volunteer drivers available although many groups prefer to use their own.
    • The eye bank is accessible round the clock through a dedicated hotline 1081.
    • Also, these figures are based on me submitting articles to various article banks on the Internet myself.
    • Time banks, where members build up credits by giving up an hour of their time to provide a service for another person in the scheme, are a more recent phenomenon.
    • That is a good idea, and Work and Income is ensuring that its job bank is available across the country and provides a wider range of information.
    • We are also concerned about the emergence of essay banks on the Internet.
    • Many were tested on the huge bank of prepared specimen slides Joyce had assembled in the deep freezes in Newcastle.
    • Further, tissue banks are only required to test donated human tissue for HIV and hepatitis viruses.
    • The number of eggs stored in the egg bank varied within and among species but was usually lower in the temporary pond species.
    • To make the investments Helmersen borrowed large sums of money from Danish banks and financial institutions.
    • There is no denying that in Zambia many such establishments, especially the banks, operate money markets that are under serious pecuniary constraints.
    • Portfolio investment also includes deposits in banks and financial investment in government or private securities.
    • ‘Because of the exchange risk, banks assume that local currency loans are best,’ Rumenov added.
    • The company will finance half of the planned investment through a bank loan.
    • It is common sense that citizens will not deposit money in banks for such minimal interest earnings.
    • His unorthodox government has not helped to attract investors, and foreign banks lowered corporate credit ratings for new loans.
    • It's in how the money is spent - long after the offerings are counted and safely in the bank.
    • We've regularly - almost religiously - deposited money into our bank savings account.
    • That begs the question as to whether our money would be safer under the mattress or in a bank deposit account than invested in shares, unit trusts or pension schemes.
    • Should I be looking for a bank loan or alternative finance, perhaps through an outside investor?
    • My current bank deposit account interest rate has just been cut again.
    • The easiest way to do so will be to deposit the money into banks or invest it in stock and bond funds and life-insurance policies.
    • However, there was one clear distinction between giving and taking interest on loans and bank deposits.
    • When you are financing such investments, bank charges and any interest payments are typically deductible in the year in which they are paid.
    • The banks must pay a substantial portion of the Army escort service in light of the huge profits they are making, the Minister said.
    • Retained earnings are just as much money as a bank loan or new equity.
    • It also included the interest rates on the bank loans that the winner would take.
    • Most people have a current account and most banks pay virtually no interest on this money.
    • This amount of money could be supplemented by a loan received from a bank - high interest, but easily accessible as a last option.
    • On an ongoing basis, there are bottle and can banks near the library, so you can recycle those materials as often as suits your needs.
    • Villages currently not part of the kerbside recycling scheme all have access to paper recycling banks.
    • People can dispose of it in a paper bank or household recycling centres.
    • The Salvation Army is hoping it will be able to re-use many of the items deposited in its recycling banks.
    • It is first time that aluminium foil has been collected at the council's recycling centres, though Eden Community Recycling already has banks at its own sites.
    • To find out more, or for details of your nearest bottle or paper banks, contact the city council's special recycling helpline on 01904 636000.
    • But can, paper and textile banks will remain at the site near the Buck Inn unless a new home can be found for all the recycling bins.
    • The public is also reminded not to leave bags or boxes at the recycling banks.
    • A paper recycle bank is placed at the amenity site.
    • A total of 20 shoe recycling banks have been introduced by South Lakeland District Council across the district to encourage more people to put their old shoes to a good use.
    • Christmas cards should not be put in recycling boxes or paper banks.
    • The council capitulated and had the paper bank moved to a ‘safer’ site - the car park near Acomb Park shops.
    • There has been an alarming increase in illegal dumping at the recycling banks at Merville.
    • Under the scheme, people take bottles to the banks for subsequent re-cycling.
    • Limerick Community Council has advised that recycling banks are now in place at the car park at Twohig's Supervalu, Killarney Road.
    • There are also recycling banks for glass, paper and clothing as well as an area for fridges and freezers.
    • The provision of ten recycling banks was commended by the judging panel but they saw weed control as a problem at Barrack Street near the junction with the Tullow Road.
    • The other new recycling banks are located in Aughagower, Manulla and Westport.
    • If you do not compost at home the shredded paper can be put in the paper bank at your nearest recycling facility.
    • He said it had also been agreed to have a book bank at the site.

transitive verb

  • 1

    (money/check)
    Finance
    depositar ingresar (en el banco)
    ingresar (en el banco) Spain