to rely on something or somebody
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... investors turned optimistic over reports of ease of lockdown restrictions and banked on hopes for more stimulus packages by central banks and governments.
Republicans who once banked on a robust economy and improving Trump approval ratings are showing signs of nervousness.
The front office and coaching staff see this situation surrounding Wentz and have banked on finding a way to get Hurts ready.
I had banked on the fact that I am a third-generation chef – my grandfather, dad and mum were all chefs.
We live in a time—we live in a culture—that is made and banked on fear.
You're also betting that the economy will hold up to the point where you won't miss the money you've banked on a future cruise.
President Donald Trump has banked on the idea that warm weather would dwindle the outbreak, and is planning to get the economy up and running with a “big bang” after social distancing guidelines expire at the end of the month.