1) a substantial amount of money (n)
2) the condition of being rich
3) to fight
1) man I got some serious bank in my wallet
2) of course that fool drives that BMW he's banked
3) I banked on some sucker and took his wallet
A financial institution designed to nickel and dime its members to no end. Banks complain about Credit Unions (CU) because they are "not for profit" and subsequently do not have to pay taxes. However despite the competitive nature of banks and credit unions, banks have not suffered any loss in profit. On the contrary, banks have enjoyed record breaking profits increasingly each year. Banks will always be finding new ways to take your money to increase their profits so all the bitching about credit unions because they don't have as many fees is just whiney suck ass for them.
Examples of Bank Fees:
Drive up fee
Balance Inquiry fee
Balance transfer fee
Account opening fee
Account closing fee
Check cashing fee
Checking account monthly service fee
Savings account monthly service fee
PIN setup fee
PIN change fee
Lost card fee
Check cashing fee on checks drawn on same bank.
ATM withdrawl fee
ATM deposit fee
Self overdraft fee from savings to checking.
IRS refund anticipation loan fees (up to 1,700% APR)
when do the fees end? Banks need MORE Credit unions to compete against. Credit unions have their own stupid fees but with the amount of interest saved in most loans, it's worth it to investiaget both.
to jump someone, to rob them, to fight.
Randy Wagstaff: yo, thanks for walkin us off, man, I thought we wuz gunna get bank'd
Dukie: you ain't gon' bank us iz you ?
Hustla: shit boy, you thank i'm that ungrateful ? i followed you threw 10 shootaz and made mo money then i made in a month! ahhahaha nah i ain't gunna rob you, i juss need ta know next time you fade a dice game, you feel ?
- The Wire The Complete 4th Season, Disc 3, Episode 2
In basketball, the term 'bank' is used to describe a jump shot that hits the backboard first, then goes in.
1) The bank shot is Tim Duncan's signature move.
2) Jamal Crawford banked in the game-winning three!
A serious threat to American liberties.
I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered. The issuing
power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.
—Thomas Jefferson, 1802
another cash money word
youve got hella bank!
A private organization that finds ingenious ways to steal your money which you are forced to use to get your paycheck. Provide nothing of value and when they make mistakes they ask the public for a handout instead of their directors bailing them out like any other normal organization.
Another definition: blood sucking scum akin to lawyers.
bank, money lender, financial institution, leeches, blood sucking scum
bank - v - to battered with a stack [brick] of cash amounting 5k and up.
in a sentence: I just BANKED on this mother lover the other day for fun.
I am going to BANK this mother lover the next time i see him
In pool or billiards, to bounce a ball off of the wall of the pool table. See also [bankshot].
Let me get this straight... you intend to bank the cue ball twice, hit the eight, and then have IT bank into the side pocket? Fifty bucks says you miss. Fifteen to one odds sound reasonable?
[bank] [To kick some ass] [to rob one]
"Man, I need some herb!, let's bank this fool"
"Ah shit, this mo' fucka did not just say that, does leftover have to bank a punk?"