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loan /loun/
  • danh từ
    • sự vay nợ
    • sự cho vay, sự cho mượn
    • công trái, quốc trái
    • tiền cho vay, vật cho mượn
    • từ mượn (của một ngôn ngữ khác); phong tục mượn (của một dân tộc khác)
    • ngoại động từ
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) cho vay, cho mượn
    Concise Dictionary
    loans|loaned|loaningləʊn
    noun
    +the temporary provision of money (usually at interest)
    +a word borrowed from another language; e.g. `blitz' is a German word borrowed into modern English
    verb
    +give temporarily; let have for a limited time
    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 advance, allowance, credit, accommodation:
    We needed a loan to pay for Melissa's education.
    v.
    2 lend, advance, allow, credit:
    The bank loaned us enough money to buy a car.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 [C] money that an organization such as a bank lends and sb borrows: to take out / repay a loan (= to borrow money / pay it back) + bank loans with low interest rates + It took three years to repay my student loan (= money lent to a student). + a car loan (= a loan to buy a car)
    2 [sing.] ~ (of sth) the act of lending sth; the state of being lent: I even gave her the loan of my car. + an exhibition of paintings on loan (= borrowed) from private collections
    + verb
    1 ~ sth (to sb)
    ~ (sb) sth (especially AmE) to lend sth to sb, especially money: [VN] The bank is happy to loan money to small businesses. + [VNN] A friend loaned me $1 000.
    2 ~ sth (out) (to sb/sth)
    ~ (sb) sth (especially BrE) to lend a valuable object to a museum, etc: [VN] This exhibit was kindly loaned by the artist's family. + [VNN] He loaned the museum his entire collection.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    ADJ.

    large, massive | long-term, short-term | interest-free, low-interest | secured, unsecured
    As it was an unsecured loan, their property was not at risk.
    | outstanding
    They used the inheritance to pay off their outstanding loan.
    | personal | bank | bridging, temporary

    VERB + LOAN

    apply for, ask for, request | arrange, get, raise, take out
    She had to take out a bridging loan until she could sell her house.
    | give sb, grant sb, make sb
    My bank manager offered to make me a loan.
    | receive | pay off, repay | secure, underwrite

    LOAN + VERB

    average sth, total sth
    loans totalling a million pounds

    LOAN + NOUN

    application | agreement, arrangement, deal | charges, interest, rate | repayment
    They were struggling to meet their monthly loan repayments.
    | commitments | facility, service
    The bank provides personal loan facilities at competitive rates.
    | period
    The book must be returned by the end of the loan period.
    | shark
    He ran up massive debts borrowing from loan sharks.

    PREP.

    on ~ (from)
    The paintings are on loan from the Wallace Collection.
    | ~ from
    a loan from my brother

    PHRASES

    give sb/have the loan of sth
    He's given us the loan of his car for the weekend.
    | security against/for a loan
    He had to use his house as security for the loan. > Special page at BUSINESS



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