This is the phrasal verb ‘Bank On’ which has one meaning. This lesson describes that it means to base your hopes on something or someone.
We recommend that listening to this English phrasal verb audio lesson until the end, then do the exercises below to practice and to see if you understand how to use it in context.
Phrasal Verb Lesson: Bank On
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- We couldn’t go to the bank on Sunday.
- We couldn’t bank on the bank to be open on Sunday.
- We couldn’t put the bank on our list for Sunday.
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