Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "to bank up" szó használatára magyarul
Az alábbi mondatok külső forrásokból származnak és nem miden esetben ponstosak. Ennél fogva a bab.la semmilyen felelősséget vagy kötelezettséget nem vállal az itt megjelenő információkért.
EnglishThe European Central Bank has built up its credibility through consistent policies.
EnglishIt is estimated that it will take ten years for the investment bank to be wound up.
EnglishA thorn bush growing about half-way up the bank had been snapped off.
EnglishNorth of them, the bank went up in a roar of fire and pulverized granite.
EnglishWe had a Bank hold-up once, and Joan Croft was in the Bank at the time.
EnglishLet me tell you, James McGrath, you won't die in your bed counting up your bank balance.'
EnglishThe bank blew up ten seconds later and he barely heard that.
EnglishLast week the European Central Bank put up the interest rate.
EnglishIt swam to the side, and then with marvellous agility a froglike figure climbed out of the water and up the bank.
EnglishWell, he bagged those three bank robbers up in Philadelphia, and they did it without firing a shot.
EnglishAt this point there could be a stick-up going on at the bank just up the concourse and the cop wouldn't notice a thing.
EnglishChancing to look up the bank, she discovered Sir Pom-Pom peering down at her, his face framed by the foliage.
EnglishI crawled up the bank and found a spot a few feet above the ground, on the limb of an elm.
EnglishThey heaved themselves onto dry land and scrambled up the bank.
EnglishHe scrambled up the bank and into the forest.
English'A few seconds, Composer,' Tersono said, hauling him with what looked like enormous ease up onto a sandy bank and sitting him up.
EnglishThe European Central Bank has bought up billions worth of government bonds issued by Portugal, Ireland and Greece.
EnglishI grabbed his feet, but my injured arms had stiffened too much, causing too much pain for me to drag him up the bank.
EnglishDmitriy, go ahead and set up the bank account.
English'The bank gets marshy just up ahead.