How to say bank in German: die bank

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How to say bank in German: die bank

Learning German for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say bank in German: die bank
Say it out loud: “dee bahnk

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Some more helpful words in our German Primary Nouns category:

airport – der flughafen  (dare flook hof en)
bank – die bank  (dee bahnk)
bar – die bar  (dee baH)
bus – der bus  (dare boos)
car – das auto  (duhs ow toe)
coffeehouse – das kaffeehaus  (duhs coffee hows)
hospital – das spital  (duhs shpee tahl)
hostel – die jugendherberge  (dee hue gen tar bear guh)
hotel – das hotel  (duhs hotel)
market – der markt  (dare markt)
pharmacy – die apotheke  (dee ah poh tee kuh)
police – die polizei  (dee poh leet zye)
post office – die post  (dee post)
restaurant – restaurant  (res tehr ahn)
taxi – das taxi  (duhs taxi)
train – der zug  (dare zook)

And here’s how to say bank in other languages!

Arabic–Bank  (bank)
Chinese–Yínháng  (Een Hang)
Croatian–banka  (bahn kuh)
Czech–banka  (bahn kah)
Finnish–pankki  (pahn kkih)
French–Banque  (bahnk)
German–die bank  (dee bahnk)
Italian–banca  (bank uh)
Japanese–Ginkou  (Ging Kow)
Korean–Eunhaeng  (Eun Haeng)
Polish–bank  (bank)
Portuguese–Banco  (ban koo)
Russian–bank  (bahnk)
Spanish–el banco  (el bahn koe)
Swahili–benki  (ben kee)
Thai–Thanakhan  (tah nah kahn)
Turkish–banka  (bahn kuh)
Vietnamese–Ngân Hàng  (Ngan Hang)

Whatever culture you might find yourself in, the one thing that you will always be looking for is a "bank" (die bank). Either for the purpose of squaring off your transactions, for some extra travellers cheques or for foreign currency exchange. What other institutions will you need? Learn more about them by getting instant access to the German Language Set.

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