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Translation of "loan" - English-Turkish dictionary

loan

noun     /ləʊn/
B1 [C] money that someone has borrowed borç para, ödünç para, kredi a bank loan He repaid the loan within two years.Borrowing, lending and debt
be on loan
If something is on loan, someone is borrowing it. ödünç alınmış Both paintings are on loan from the city museum.Borrowing, lending and debt
Translations of “loan”
in Arabic قَرْض…
in Korean 대출…
in Malaysian pinjaman, meminjamkan…
in French prêt…
in Italian prestito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 數目, 貸款,借款…
in Russian заем, ссуда…
in Polish kredyt, pożyczka…
in Vietnamese tiền cho vay, sự vay…
in Spanish préstamo, prestar, dejar…
in Portuguese empréstimo…
in Thai การให้ยืม, การให้กู้…
in German die Anleihe, das Darlehen, das Leihen…
in Catalan préstec…
in Japanese 借金, ローン…
in Indonesian pinjaman…
in Chinese (Simplified) 数目, 贷款,借款…
(Definition of loan noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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