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front-loadverb [T]

uk   us   FINANCE
to put or have more ​payments, ​charges, ​activities, etc. ​close to the beginning of a ​period: The ​trainingprogramme is front-loaded so that you begin to ​acquireknowledge and ​skillsright at the ​start. In this ​type of ​agreement, the ​interest on the ​loan is front-loaded, and at first you will not be ​paying off much of the ​capitalsum.
noun [U]
The front-loading of ​managementfees makes early ​repayment of a ​debt less attractive ​financially.
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