an amount of money that is borrowed, often from a bank, and has to be paid back, usually together with an extra amount of money that you have to pay as a charge for borrowing:
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If a football player is on loan, they are playing for a different club for a limited period of time:
an act of lending something, esp. a sum of money that that has to be paid back with interest (= an additional amount of money that is a percentage of the amount borrowed), or an amount of money that has been lent:
The painting is on loan to the Metropolitan Museum of Art (= has been lent to it, esp. for more than a short period of time).
money that someone borrows from a bank or other financial organization for a period of time during which they pay interest:
a loan to sb/sth The bank”s portfolio of loans to commercial and industrial firms shrank from $15.7 billion the previous year to $12.7 billion.
get/take out/apply for a loan Before you take out a loan sit down and list all the money you have coming in.
pay off/pay back/repay a loan New restrictions require lenders to check a person”s income and ability to repay the loan.
provide/give/make a loan World banks injected as much as $64 billion into global money markets to encourage banks to make loans again.
loan sb sth/loan sth to sb The finance report showed that a wealthy donor had loaned his campaign $1.15 million.
Lenders who loaned money for more than houses were worth have become victims of the economic downturn.
The move away from project loans and towards structural adjustment loans in the 1980s does not diminish the main thrust of this argument.
Although bank loans are a vitally important source of finance, this is not to the complete exclusion of equity issues.
Most loans for financing international trade and investment, etc., are made by individual banks to their customers without the assistance of other banks.