English - Vietnamese Dictionary
- danh từ
- văn tự thế chấp; sự thế chấp
- to apply for/take out a mortgage
- xin/được vay có thể chấp
- mortgage agreement/deed: văn tự/chứng thư thế chấp
- động từ
- cầm cố; thế chấp
- to mortgage one's house in order to start a business: cầm ngôi nhà để lấy vốn kinh doanh
- the house was mortgaged to the bank for a large amount of money: ngôi nhà được thế chấp cho ngân hàng để vay một số tiền lớn
mortgages|mortgaged|mortgaging'mɔrgɪdʒ /'mɔː-Advanced English Dictionary
+a conditional conveyance of property as security for the repayment of a loan
+put up as security or collateral
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
+ noun (also informal home loan) a legal agreement by which a bank or similar organization lends you money to buy a house, etc., and you pay the money back over a particular number of years; the sum of money that you borrow: to apply for / take out / pay off a mortgage + mortgage rates (= of interest) + a mortgage on the house + a mortgage of £60 000 + monthly mortgage repayments
+ verb [VN] to give a bank, etc. the legal right to own your house, land, etc. if you do not pay the money back that you have borrowed from the bank to buy the house or land: He had to mortgage his house to pay his legal costs.
big, huge | small | cheap
Banks often offer their employees cheap mortgages.
| endowment, fixed-rate, repayment
VERB + MORTGAGE
We've got a big mortgage.
| get, raise
They were having trouble getting a mortgage. We'll have to take out a second mortgage to pay for this holiday!
| pay, pay off, redeem, repay
He didn't earn enough to support his family and pay the mortgage. There are penalties if you want to redeem your mortgage early.
| be in arrears with, fall behind with, get behind with
They were in arrears with their mortgage, so their home was repossessed.
MORTGAGE + NOUN
(interest) payment, repayment
They were struggling to keep up with their mortgage repayments.
a rise in mortgage rates
a mortgage of £80,000
| ~ on
I couldn't get a mortgage on the property.
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