borrowing

[n] - obtaining funds from a lender 2. [n] - the appropriation (of ideas or words etc) from another source
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Borrowing

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Borrow
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borrowing

noun obtaining funds from a lender
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borrowing

(finance) In finance, receiving money on loan. Companies borrow money in a variety of ways, including loans and overdrafts from banks and other lending institutions, bills of exchange, debentures, and trade credits. Individuals can borrow typically through loans, overdrafts, mortgages on prope...
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borrowing

(language) Word derived from another language. English has borrowed thousands of words from other languages over the centuries. Some are used without adaptation, but others have been changed slightly to fit in with the patterns of English. For example, banana is from Spanish...
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Borrowing

[Control and Guarantees] ==Act== The Act was given the Royal Assent on 12 July 1946. It makes it necessary for all borrowing and raising of capital to be passed through HM Treasury, something first introduced by the Defence (Finance) Regulations. Section 1 of the Act allowed the Treasury to make orders regulating a company incorporated in B...
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Borrowing

[linguistics] Borrowing: Involves adopting aspects of one language into another. This can include adding new words to a language. ...
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Borrowing

As Simon Horobin defines it, 'The process by which words are adopted into one language from another'
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borrowing

In finance, receiving money on loan. Companies borrow money in a variety of ways, including loans and overdrafts ...
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Borrowing

One form of carry. In this case the simultaneous buying of metal for a near dated prompt and the selling of that metal for a later dated prompt. In effect the party is borrowing the metal for the period.
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Borrowing

Term mostly used on the LME. Derived from
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Borrowing

Term mostly used on the LME. Derived from ‘borrowing metal from the market’, which is achieved by buying a nearby date and simultaneously selling a date further forward. See also Cash and Carry and Lending.
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borrowing

The act of adopting some aspect of one language into another. It may be lexical (the most obvious and common type of borrowing) but also syntactic, morphological or phonological. The latter types of borrowing require that some section of the population be in direct contact with the second language. Lexical borrowing can be due to written influence ...
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Borrowing

The amount that an entity, usually a country or its government, has borrowed. Thus often the (negative of) the net foreign asset position or the national debt.
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