- n.贷款; 借款; 借用;
- 复数: loans;
- 第三人称单数: loans;
- 过去式: loaned;
- 过去分词: loaned;
- 现在分词: loaning;
The loan was denominated in US dollars.
She's on loan to us from the CIA.
Now is the time to touch him for a loan.
He was declared bankrupt after failing to pay a £114m loan guarantee.
Many financial planners now recommend against ever fully paying off your home loan.
He failed to meet last Friday's deadline for repayment of a 114m loan.
To the north are the hot springs of Banyas de Sant Loan.
I am in need of a loan of a bike for a few weeks.
This may have influenced your bank manager's decision not to give you a loan.
It is common practice for clubs to loan out players to sides in the lower divisions.
David Speedie, on loan from Southampton, scored his first goal for Birmingham.
If you are already considered a credit risk by a bank, a secured loan might be your only alternative.
Someone with an income of $34,895 can afford this loan.
The bank might think you're worthy of a loan.
We've decided to negotiate a loan with them.
The payments on that car loan are in arrears by three months.
I asked the bank to help me with a loan.
It took him several years to work off the loan he owed us.
The repayments of the loan are spread over 10 years.
The loan is interest free.
The band loan rate is unbelievably high.
I had to run away from my creditor whom I made a usurious loan.
The bank refused him the loan.
I would rather loan a million dollars on character than on any other collateral in the world.
How much will you loan on this watch?
The new loan has been oversubscribed.
The Bank promised to make a loan of twenty thousand pounds to them.
All purchases shall be financed with the proceeds of loan.
You are welcome to the loan of my knife.
The savings and loan scandal, the stock market and junk bond swindles, and, of course, Watergate, have undermined the faith of many Americans in the integrity of political and economic leaders and society as a whole.
For example, but for the savings and loan debacle, there might be funds available to reduce the national debt and pay for education
He predicts high failure rates for smaller, regional banks in 2010 as commercial real estate loans come due.
After the failure of Lehman Brothers, many of the world’s largest banks feared the worst as the collapse of the housing bubble exposed investments in risky loans.
There's a lot for students to complain about: the repayment threshold for paying back loans will be frozen for five years, meaning that lower-paid graduates have to start repaying their loans; and maintenance grants have been replaced by loans, meaning that students from poorer backgrounds face higher debt than those with wealthier parents.
Like many first-generation students, he enrolled in a medium-sized state university many of his high school peers were also attending, received a Pell Grant, and took out some small federal loans to cover other costs.
Meanwhile, tuition has soared, leaving graduating students with unprecedented loan debt.
The stack of congressional regulations governing federal student grants and loans now stands twice as tall as I do.
Some schools out for profit cynically increase tuitions and count on student loans and federal aid to foot the bill – knowing full well that the students won't make it.
A tool developed just a couple of years ago by a young farmer, Jonathan Dysinger, in Tennessee, with a small loan from a local slow money group.
2018年高考英语江苏卷 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
Loans to small local farmers are necessary.
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They have loans, bills, a mortgage to pay off, retirement to save for.
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1. the temporary provision of money (usually at interest)
2. a word borrowed from another language; e.g. `blitz' is a German word borrowed into modern English
1. give temporarily; let have for a limited time;
"I will lend you my car"
"loan me some money"
(of a thing) being borrowed
the painting is at present on loan to the Tate Gallery.
lend, borrow, loan