to put or keep money in a bank:
Did you bank that check?
if a plane, motorcycle, or car banks, it slopes to one side when turning:
The plane banked, and circled back toward us.
to arrange something into a pile or into rows:
pile/rowsalso bank up British English [transitive]
Snow was banked up on either side of the road.
to form a mass of cloud, mist etc:
cloud/mistalso bank up [intransitive]DN
Banked clouds promised rain.
to cover a fire with wood or coal to keep it going for a long time:
firealso bank up [transitive]
Josie banked up the fire to last till morning.
bank on somebody/somethingphrasal verb
bank on (somebody) doing something
I was banking on being able to get some coffee on the train.