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Meaning of “loan” - Learner’s Dictionary

loan

verb [+ two objects]     /ləʊn/
to lend something to someone: I was glad to loan my old books to her. My dad loaned me the money.Borrowing, lending and debt
Translations of “loan”
in Korean 빌려주다…
in Arabic يُقْرِض…
in Portuguese emprestar…
in Catalan deixar…
in Japanese (人)に(物)を貸す…
in Italian prestare, dare in prestito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 借出, 貸與…
in Russian давать взаймы…
in Turkish ödünç/borç/kredi vermek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 借出, 贷与…
in Polish pożyczać…
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