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You can go down either the credit card or personal loan route. The Sun (2017)Many of the businesses loaned money went bankrupt. The Sun (2017)These households are increasingly reliant on unsecured loans to make ends meet. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But it came after two starring loan moves and two where he struggled. The Sun (2016)High street banks are about to be forced to redirect all the small business loan applications that they reject to a rival. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She plans to reinvest profits to fund growth or get a bank loan, keeping outside investors at bay. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The striker could not play against parent club Derby under the terms of his season-long loan deal. The Sun (2016)He was offloaded to their arch rivals for 300,000 last week after a loan spell at Portsmouth. The Sun (2016)The amount in loans outstanding within one year rose from 40 million the previous year to 180 million. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The winner will be responsible for the payment of all tolls, congestion charges, parking or road traffic fines incurred during the loan period. The Sun (2016)Determined to end loan spell a winner. The Sun (2006)We look at whether it is still possible to get a loan. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Ministers have rightly been reluctant to force banks to make uneconomic loans. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Students would not face higher monthly repayments but would repay loans over longer periods. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Now statistics show more than one in four loans are being rolled over. The Sun (2013)It also provides mentoring and access to loans. The Sun (2014)The whole episode confirms all your prejudices about payday loan sharks. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This means that default on all these loans would place the banks in technical insolvency. International Finance: The markets and financial management of multinational business. (1983)You can offset personal loan interest against your tax bill if the loan is for business purposes. Times, Sunday Times (2014)National solidarity was such that people paid their taxes and loaned the government money. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)They completed the renovations with a small loan and a bit of help from their parents. Times, Sunday Times (2014)People are also concerned that fixing the loan to the property may make it harder to sell. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This alone would reduce the need for businesses to go to banks for loans. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She has no mortgage but has just taken out a loan for a car. Times, Sunday Times (2011)So is this a good time to get a home loan or not? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Anyone with credit card debts or personal loans will also face restrictions in the amount they can borrow. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The lender also extends credit to businesses in need of small loans who have been refused by banks. Times, Sunday Times (2011)To get the company off the ground the three entrepreneurs relied on their own savings together with personal loans from a bank. Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)The noises from Athens suggest a deal to unlock extra loans for the country is close. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The scheme lets employees benefit from the long-term loan of bikes and cycling accessories. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The bank accounts for about 15 per cent of all home loans in the country. The Sun (2011)The Ipswich boss hopes to agree a season-long loan after getting the nod to strengthen his side. The Sun (2015)There has been interest from top-flight clubs in Spain in a loan move. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He said that by switching more of the aid to loans, the Government could reinvest the cash. The Sun (2014)
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Übersetzungen für loan
Britisches Englisch: loan /ləʊn/ NOUN
A loan is a sum of money that you borrow.
She didn't have enough money to buy the car, so she got a loan.
- Amerikanisches Englisch: loan
- Arabisch: قَرْضٌ
- Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: empréstimo
- Chinesisch: 贷款
- Kroatisch: pozajmica
- Tschechisch: půjčka
- Dänisch: lån
- Niederländisch: lening
- Europäisches Spanisch: préstamo
- Finnisch: laina
- Französisch: prêt argent
- Deutsch: Darlehen
- Griechisch: δάνειο
- Italienisch: prestito
- Japanisch: 貸し付け
- Koreanisch: 대출금
- Norwegisch: lån
- Polnisch: pożyczka
- Europäisches Portugiesisch: empréstimo
- Rumänisch: împrumut
- Russisch: ссуда
- Spanisch: préstamo
- Schwedisch: lån
- Thai: เงินกู้
- Türkisch: kredi
- Ukrainisch: позика
- Vietnamesisch: tiền cho vay
Britisches Englisch: loan /ləʊn/ VERB
If you loan something to someone, you lend it to them.
He had kindly offered to loan us all the plants required for the exhibit.
- Amerikanisches Englisch: lend
- Arabisch: يُقرِضُ
- Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: emprestar
- Chinesisch: 借给
- Kroatisch: pozajmiti
- Tschechisch: půjčit
- Dänisch: låne
- Niederländisch: lenen
- Europäisches Spanisch: prestar
- Finnisch: lainata jollekulle
- Französisch: prêter
- Deutsch: leihen
- Griechisch: δανείζω
- Italienisch: prestare
- Japanisch: 貸し付ける
- Koreanisch: 빌려주다
- Norwegisch: låne ut
- Polnisch: pożyczyć
- Europäisches Portugiesisch: emprestar
- Rumänisch: a împrumuta
- Russisch: ссужать
- Spanisch: prestar
- Schwedisch: låna
- Thai: ให้กู้เงิน
- Türkisch: ödünç vermek
- Ukrainisch: позичати
- Vietnamesisch: cho vay
Definition von loan aus Collins Englischen Sprache
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