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demand loannoun [C]

uk   us   also call loan
FINANCE a loan which has to be paid back when the lender asks for it, rather than by a particular fixed date: In this demand loan agreement, you will be required to repay the entire outstanding loan amount within 15 days of written demand from the lender.
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