Definition of loan
1. A sum of money or other valuables or consideration that an individual, group or other legal entity borrows from another individual, group or legal entity (the latter often being a financial institution) with the condition that it be returned or repaid at a later date (sometimes with interest).
He got a loan of five thousand pounds.
All loans from the library, whether books or audio material, must be returned within two weeks.
2. The contract and array of legal or ethical obligations surrounding a loan.
He made a payment on his loan.
3. The permission to borrow any item.
Thank you for the loan of your lawn mower.
4. To lend (something) to (someone).
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English - English - loann. 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 - loans. préstamo, colocación, empréstito, préstamo de dinero, prestimonio
Spanish - English - loan[loar] v. praise, laud
English - French - loann. prêt, emprunt
English - German - loann. Anleihe; Darlehen
v. leihen; ausleihen
English - Italian - loans. prestito; (Econ) mutuo
v. prestare, dare in prestito
English - Portuguese - loans. empréstimo; emprestado
English - Russian - loanс. заем, ссуда, заимствование, что-либо данное для временного пользования
г. давать взаймы, ссужать
English - Turkish - loanf. ödünç vermek
i. ödünç verilen şey, borç, ödünç para, borçlanma, ödünç verme
English - Dutch - loanzn. lening; het uitlenen
ww. uitlenen; lenen
English - Greek - loanουσ. δάνειο
English - Chinese - loan(名) 贷款, 债权人, 借出
(动) 借出, 贷与
English - Chinese - loan(名) 貸款, 債權人, 借出
(動) 借出, 貸與
English - Japanese - loan(動) 貸す
(名) 貸し付け; 貸与; 借金
English - Korean - loan명. 부채; 대여물; 빌려주기
동. 대부하다; 빌려 주다
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Verb forms for loanPresent participle: loaning
Present: loan (3.person: loans)
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