loan

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  • Info In finance, a loan is a debt provided by one entity (organization or individual) to another entity at an interest rate, and evidenced by a note which specifies, among other things, the principal amount, interest rate, and date of repayment.
  • He was so successful that he was able to pay back the loan within a month.
  • It was revealed the following day that the player signed on a season-long loan.
  • Later on that day he secured his deal on a season-long loan.
  • Derby did not want a short term loan deal so their interest ended.
  • The initial month-long loan was subsequently extended until the end of April.
  • For example, when an individual takes out a bank loan, they are charged interest.
  • He joined the club on an initial three-month loan deal.
  • He spent nearly all the money or loaned it out to others who never paid him back.
  • Many additional pieces are on long-term loan to the museum.
  • Many of the objects were on long-term loan to the museum.
  • The library also provides inter-library loan system thus making it easy for research activities.
  • A further loan of was to be raised and given to Germany.
  • Only a small number are permanent features; the rest are on loan from various sources.
  • The book loan service is free and the user has right to a library card.
  • His brother would later join the Glory on a season long loan.
  • The balance of the required money was raised through additional interest free loans.
  • Several of these items are not owned by museum, but are on long term loan.
  • He made nine appearances during his two-month loan spell, scoring once.
  • He returns to his old job as a bank loan officer.
  • The idea of loaning his money, when first presented, almost made his hair stand on end. Cited from Finger Posts on the Way of Life, by T.S.Arthur
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Meaning of loan

  • noun The temporary provision of money (usually at interest)