English - Definiton of loan Pronunciation
n. amount of money that has been borrowed; something borrowed; act of giving temporarily
v. lend a sum of money for a period of time; give temporarily, lend
v. praise, laud
English - Spanish - loan Pronunciation
s. préstamo, colocación, empréstito, préstamo de dinero, prestimonio
v. prestar
Spanish - English - loan Pronunciation
[loar] v. praise, laud
English - French - loan Pronunciation
n. prêt, emprunt
v. prêter
English - German - loan Pronunciation
n. Anleihe; Darlehen
v. leihen; ausleihen
English - Italian - loan Pronunciation
s. prestito; (Econ) mutuo
v. prestare, dare in prestito
English - Portuguese - loan Pronunciation
s. empréstimo; emprestado
v. emprestar
English - Russian - loan Pronunciation
с. заем, ссуда, заимствование, что-либо данное для временного пользования
г. давать взаймы, ссужать
English - Turkish - loan Pronunciation
f. ödünç vermek
i. ödünç verilen şey, borç, ödünç para, borçlanma, ödünç verme
English - Albanian - loan Pronunciation
n. hua, huadhënie, marrje hua
v. hua: jap hua
English - Dutch - loan Pronunciation
zn. lening; het uitlenen
ww. uitlenen; lenen
English - Greek - loan Pronunciation
ουσ. δάνειο
ρήμ. δανείζω
English - Chinese - loan Pronunciation
(名) 贷款, 债权人, 借出
(动) 借出, 贷与
English - Chinese - loan Pronunciation
(名) 貸款, 債權人, 借出
(動) 借出, 貸與
English - Japanese - loan Pronunciation
(動) 貸す
(名) 貸し付け; 貸与; 借金
English - Korean - loan Pronunciation
명. 부채; 대여물; 빌려주기
동. 대부하다; 빌려 주다
Expressions
noun: the temporary provision of money (usually at interest)
noun: 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 Example:Loan me some money.
name: A female given name (rare: 1 in 50000 females; popularity rank in the U.S.: #2483)
name: A surname (very rare: popularity rank in the U.S.: #21433)

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Synonyms for loan
1. lend: accommodate, advance, credit, debit
2. advance: credit, mortgage, debt
Verb forms for loan
Present participle: loaning
Present: loan (3.person: loans)
Past: loaned
Future: will loan
Present conditional: would loan
Present Perfect: have loaned (3.person: has loaned)
Past Perfect: had loaned
Future Perfect: will have loaned
Past conditional: would have loaned