loan


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01. I didn't have enough money to study, so I got a student [loan] from the government.
02. Many people believe that [loans] to the developing countries should be largely forgiven by the wealthy countries so that these countries can get out of debt.
03. We had to get a [loan] to buy our car, but we should be able to pay it off within a couple of years.
04. The federal government offers [loans] to small businesses at low interest rates.
05. George has offered me the [loan] of his car for a couple of weeks while he is out of town.
06. A Picasso painting on [loan] to the museum has been damaged by a crazed spectator.
07. Can you [loan] me your bicycle for the weekend?
08. There is a French proverb which states that [loaning] money causes loss of memory.
09. There is a Russian proverb which states that an old [loan] repaid is like finding something new.
10. John Braine once said that time, like a [loan] from the bank, is something you're only given when you possess so much that you don't need it.
11. Over the years, the French have [loaned] or donated large sums of money to help Togo's economic development.
12. As a high-income country, the Bahamas have been disqualified from receiving World Bank [loans] since 1988.
13. Almost 40% of the annual budget of Nepal comes from foreign countries, in the form of grants and low-interest [loans].
14. If you take 15 years to repay a [loan] at 9.5% interest, you will have repaid 188% of the value of the [loan].
15. If you take 10 years to repay a [loan] at 9.5% interest, you will have repaid 155% of the value of the [loan].

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  • LOAN — (Heb. הַלְוָאָה, halva ah), a transaction in which a thing, usually money, is given by one person, called the malveh ( lender ), to another, called the loveh ( borrower ), for the latter s use and enjoyment, and in order that such thing or its… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • loan — n 1 a: money lent at interest b: something lent usu. for the borrower s temporary use 2: a transfer or delivery of money from one party to another with the express or implied agreement that the sum will be repaid regardless of contingency and usu …   Law dictionary

  • loan — verb. In 19c British English, loan was a standard alternative for lend, but by the time Fowler wrote (1926) loan had been largely driven out by lend, although it has continued in use in AmE. In current use loan is mostly confined to non British… …   Modern English usage

  • Loan — Loan, n. [OE. lone, lane, AS. l[=a]n, l[ae]n, fr. le[ o]n to lend; akin to D. leen loan, fief, G. lehen fief, Icel. l[=a]n, G. leihen to lend, OHG. l[=i]han, Icel. lj[=i], Goth. leihwan, L. linquere to leave, Gr. lei pein, Skr. ric. [root]119. Cf …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • loan — (n.) mid 13c., from O.N. lan, related to lja to lend, from P.Gmc. *laikhwniz (Cf. O.Fris. len thing lent, M.Du. lene, Du. leen loan, fief, O.H.G. lehan, Ger. Lehn fief, feudal tenure ), originally to let have, to leave (to someone), from PIE *lei …   Etymology dictionary

  • LOAN — oder Loan bezeichnet: LOAN, ICAO Code des Flugplatz Wiener Neustadt/Ost Benjamin F. Loan (1819–1881), US amerikanischer Politiker Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit demselben Wor …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • loan — loan·able; loan; loan·er; loan·ing; …   English syllables

  • loan — ► NOUN 1) a thing that is borrowed, especially a sum of money that is expected to be paid back with interest. 2) the action of lending. ► VERB ▪ give as a loan. ● on loan Cf. ↑on loan DERIVATIVES …   English terms dictionary

  • loan — [lōn] n. [ME lone < ON lān (akin to OE læn, lending, loan, lænan, to lend) < IE base * leikw , to leave behind > L linquere, Gr leipen, Sans riṅákti, (he) leaves] 1. the act of lending, esp. to use for a short time [the loan of a pen] 2 …   English World dictionary

  • Loan — Loan, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Loaned}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Loaning}.] To lend; sometimes with out. Kent. [1913 Webster] By way of location or loaning them out. J. Langley (1644). [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Loan — (l[=o]n), n. [See {Lawn}.] A loanin. [Scot.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English