English → English - mortgage

Pronunciation
n. conditional conveyance of property as for security on a loan; pledging, lien
v. sign over property to a creditor as security for money that is owed; obligate

English → Spanish - mortgage

Pronunciation
s. hipoteca, crédito hipotecario, préstamo hipotecario
v. hipotecar, pignorar

English → French - mortgage

Pronunciation
n. hypothèque
v. hypothéquer, mettre en gage; asservir, soumettre

English → German - mortgage

Pronunciation
n. Hypothekenzahlung; Pfandverschreibung, Hypothek
v. verpfänden; hypothekarisch belasten

English → Indonesian - mortgage

Pronunciation
n. hipotek, gadai, penggadaian, surat gadai
v. menghipotekkan, menggadaikan, menaruh, menaruhkan, mempertaruhkan

English → Italian - mortgage

Pronunciation
s. (Dir) ipoteca; contratto ipotecario; (fig) obbligo, impegno
v. ipotecare; (fig) impegnare, vincolare

English → Polish - mortgage

Pronunciation
n. hipoteka, wierzytelność, zadłużenie
v. zahipotekować, oddłużyć, obdłużyć

English → Portuguese - mortgage

Pronunciation
s. financiamento para a compra da casa própria; hipoteca
v. hipotecar; emprestar

English → Romanian - mortgage

Pronunciation
n. amanetare, ipotecare, act de amanetare, act de ipotecare, amanet

English → Russian - mortgage

Pronunciation
с. заклад, заем, ипотека, закладная
г. закладывать, ручаться

English → Turkish - mortgage

Pronunciation
f. ipotek etmek
i. ipotek, rehin

English → Ukrainian - mortgage

Pronunciation
n. застава, заставна, заставщина, іпотека
v. ручатися, заставляти

English → Dutch - mortgage

Pronunciation
zn. hypoteek; verpanding, verpachting
ww. hypotheek (bedrag)

English → Greek - mortgage

Pronunciation
ουσ. υποθήκη
ρήμ. υποθηκεύω

English → Arabic - mortgage

Pronunciation
‏رهن، صك الرهن، رهن عقاري‏
‏رهن‏
‏عقاري، رهن عقاري‏

English → Chinese - mortgage

Pronunciation
(名) 抵押, 精神负担, 义务
(动) 抵押, 使有义务, 献身于

English → Chinese - mortgage

Pronunciation
(名) 抵押, 精神負擔, 義務
(動) 抵押, 使有義務, 獻身於

English → Hindi - mortgage

Pronunciation
n. बंधक, गिरवी, ओल, रेहन
v. धरना, रेहन रखना

English → Japanese - mortgage

Pronunciation
(名) 抵当; 貸し付け; 抵当証書
(動) 抵当に入れる; 義務を負わせる; 賭ける

English → Korean - mortgage

Pronunciation
명. 저당; 담보
동. 저당잡히다; 의무적으로 행하다

English → Vietnamese - mortgage

Pronunciation
n. sự cầm đồ thế nợ, quyền để áp, sự cho vay, sự cho mượn
v. để áp, cầm đồ thế nợ

Definition of mortgage

Pronunciation
A mortgage is an agreement where the owner of property especially landed property transfers his documents of title over such property to another person in order to serve as a collateral security for a loan obtained by such property owner.

Parties to a mortgage agreement are mortgagor and mortgagee.
--From Mortgage - Definition.net
Noun
1. A special form of secured loan where the purpose of the loan must be specified to the lender, to purchase assets that must be fixed (not movable) property such as a house or piece of farm land. The assets are registered as the legal property of the borrower but the lender can seize them and dispose of them if they are not satisfied with the manner in which the repayment of the loan is conducted by the borrower. Once the loan is fully repaid, the lender loses this right of seizure and the assets are then deemed to be unencumbered.
We're renting a property in the city centre because we can't afford to get a mortgage yet.
2. State of being pledged.
Lands given in mortgage
Verb
3. To borrow against a property, to obtain a loan for another purpose by giving away the right of seizure to the lender over a fixed property such as a house or piece of land; to pledge a property in order to get a loan.
To mortgage a property, an estate, a shop
We mortgaged our house in order to start a company.
4. To pledge and make liable; to make subject to obligation; to achieve an immediate result by paying for it in the long term.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: mortgaging
Present: mortgage (3.person: mortgages)
Past: mortgaged
Future: will mortgage
Present conditional: would mortgage
Present Perfect: have mortgaged (3.person: has mortgaged)
Past Perfect: had mortgaged
Future Perfect: will have mortgaged
Past conditional: would have mortgaged
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