loan

[n] - the provision of money temporarily (usually at interest)
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Loan

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loan

Form of borrowing by individuals, businesses, and governments. Individuals and companies usually obtain loans from banks. The loan with interest is typically paid back in fixed monthly instalments...
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Loan

The amount to be borrowed.
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Loan

a track or lane which lead to common pasture.
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Loan

Loan (lōn) noun [ See Lawn .] A loanin. [ Scot.] [ 1913 Webster]
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Loan

Loan noun [ Middle English lone , lane , Anglo-Saxon lān , læn , from león to lend; akin to Dutch leen loan, fief, German lehen fief, Icelandic lān , German leihen to lend, Old High German līhan , Icelandi...
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Loan

Loan noun t. [ imperfect & past participle Loaned ; present participle & verbal noun Loaning .] To lend; -- sometimes with out . Kent. « By way of location or loaning them out.» J. Langley (1644).
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loan

noun the temporary provision of money (usually at interest)
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Loan

Temporary borrowing of a sum of money. If you borrow $1 million you have taken out a loan for $1 million.
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Loan

• (n. t.) To lend; -- sometimes with out. • (n.) The act of lending; a lending; permission to use; as, the loan of a book, money, services. • (n.) That which one lends or borrows, esp. a sum of money lent at interest; as, he repaid the loan. • (n.) A loanin.
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Loan

A debt extended from one entity to another, the temporary exchange of money or securities in return for repayment and often interest. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Loan

An amount, usually of money, conveyed by one to another in the expectation that it will be returned, perhaps with specified interest, at a later date. When the lender and borrower are in different countries with separate monetary and legal systems, loans bear extra risk.
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LOAN

A sum of borrowed money (principal) that is generally repaid with interest.
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LOAN

See policy loan.
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Loan

money borrowed that is usually repaid with interest.
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Loan

- The amount to be borrowed.
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loan

loan, in business, sum of money borrowed at a particular interest rate. More generally, it refers to anything given on condition of its return or repayment of its equivalent. A loan may be acknowledged by a bond, a promissory note, or a mere oral promise to repay. Because of biblical injunctions aga...
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loan

The term loan refers to a category of debt in which the lending institution gives funding or property to the borrower. In return, the debtor is obliged to return this property or to repay the outstanding obligations, including the interest on the loan. Typically, there is a specified time period for the loan repayment and the borrower repays his du...
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Loan

A loan is anything lent or given to another on condition of return or payment. In law loans are considered to be of two kinds - mutuum and commodate; the former term being applied to the loan of such articles as are consumed in the use, as provisions, or money; the latter to the loan of such articles as must be individually returned to the lender. ...
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loan

Form of borrowing by individuals, businesses, and governments. Individuals and companies usually obtain loans from banks. The loan with interest is typically paid back in fixed monthly instalments over a period of between one and five years in the UK, although longer-term loans and different repayment conditions may be arranged. Specific forms ...
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Loan

money given to you which you agree to pay back sometime in the future.
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Loan

An advance of money from a lender to a borrower over a set period of time. The borrower is obliged to repay the loan, usually monthly, with interest. There are many different loan options suitable for varying circumstances: Secured, Unsecured, Debt Consolidation, Bridging, Flexible, etc
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Loan

[disambiguation] A loan is a financial instrument. Loan may also refer to: ...
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Loan

[sports] In sports, a loan involves a particular player being allowed to temporarily play for a club other than the one he is currently contracted to. Loan deals may last from a few weeks to all season-long and can also be for a few seasons. Players may be loaned out to other clubs for several reasons. Most commonly, young players will be l...
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