loan vs lone

loan lone

Definitions

  • 1) banking, finance A sum of money or other valuables or consideration that an individual, group or other legal entity borrows from another individual, group or legal entity (the latter often being a financial institution) with the condition that it be returned or repaid at a later date (sometimes with interest).
  • 2) The permission to borrow any item.
  • 3) The contract and array of legal or ethical obligations surrounding a loan.
  • 4) An instance of lending.
  • 5) The state of being lent for temporary use.
  • 6) The right to payment associated with such an agreement.
  • 7) The repayment obligation associated with such an agreement.
  • 8) The agreement or contract specifying the terms and conditions of the repayment of such a sum.
  • 9) A sum of money that is lent, usually with an interest fee.
  • 10) Scot. A loanin.
  • 11) That which one lends or borrows, especially a sum of money lent at interest.
  • 12) The act of lending; a lending; permission to use.
  • 13) the temporary provision of money (usually at interest)
  • 14) That which is lent; anything furnished on condition of the future return of it, or of the delivery of an equivalent in kind; especially, a sum of money lent at interest.
  • 15) A lane.
  • 16) An open space between fields of corn, left untilled as a passage for cattle; hence, a place near a village for milking cows. Also loaning.
  • 17) Permission to use; grant of the use: as, a loan of credit.
  • 18) A grant; gift; reward.
  • 19) The act of lending or the condition of being lent; a lending: as, to arrange a loan.
  • 20) [In civil law, when the loan was made of things which could be returned only by their material equivalent, it was called mutuum; when made of things which could be returned in the identical form, it was called commodatum.]
  • 21) US, informal To lend (something) to (someone).
  • 22) give temporarily; let have for a limited time
  • 23) Tolend.
  • 24) To lend (money or property).
  • 25) To lend; -- sometimes with out.

Definitions

  • 1) Prov. Eng. A lane. See loanin.
  • 2) A Middle English form of loan.
  • 3) A lane. Also loan.
  • 4) Situated by itself or by oneself, with no neighbours.
  • 5) archaic Unfrequented by human beings; solitary.
  • 6) Isolated or lonely; lacking companionship.
  • 7) archaic single; unmarried, or in widowhood
  • 8) Sole; being the only one of a type.
  • 9) Solitary; having no companion.
  • 10) Being the only one; sole.
  • 11) Situated by itself.
  • 12) Without accompaniment; solitary.
  • 13) Archaic Single; unmarried, or in widowhood.
  • 14) Unfrequented by human beings; solitary.
  • 15) Being apart from other things of the kind; being by itself; also, apart from human dwellings and resort.
  • 16) Being without a companion; being by one's self; also, sad from lack of companionship; lonely.

Examples

  • 1) You can go down either the credit card or personal loan route.
  • 2) Many of the businesses loaned money went bankrupt.
  • 3) These households are increasingly reliant on unsecured loans to make ends meet.
  • 4) But it came after two starring loan moves and two where he struggled.
  • 5) High street banks are about to be forced to redirect all the small business loan applications that they reject to a rival.
  • 6) She plans to reinvest profits to fund growth or get a bank loan, keeping outside investors at bay.
  • 7) The striker could not play against parent club Derby under the terms of his season-long loan deal.
  • 8) He was offloaded to their arch rivals for 300,000 last week after a loan spell at Portsmouth.
  • 9) The amount in loans outstanding within one year rose from 40 million the previous year to 180 million.
  • 10) The winner will be responsible for the payment of all tolls, congestion charges, parking or road traffic fines incurred during the loan period.
  • 11) Determined to end loan spell a winner.
  • 12) We look at whether it is still possible to get a loan.
  • 13) Ministers have rightly been reluctant to force banks to make uneconomic loans.
  • 14) Students would not face higher monthly repayments but would repay loans over longer periods.
  • 15) Now statistics show more than one in four loans are being rolled over.
  • 16) It also provides mentoring and access to loans.
  • 17) The whole episode confirms all your prejudices about payday loan sharks.
  • 18) This means that default on all these loans would place the banks in technical insolvency.
  • 19) You can offset personal loan interest against your tax bill if the loan is for business purposes.
  • 20) National solidarity was such that people paid their taxes and loaned the government money.
  • 21) They completed the renovations with a small loan and a bit of help from their parents.
  • 22) People are also concerned that fixing the loan to the property may make it harder to sell.
  • 23) This alone would reduce the need for businesses to go to banks for loans.
  • 24) She has no mortgage but has just taken out a loan for a car.
  • 25) So is this a good time to get a home loan or not?
  • 26) Anyone with credit card debts or personal loans will also face restrictions in the amount they can borrow.
  • 27) The lender also extends credit to businesses in need of small loans who have been refused by banks.
  • 28) To get the company off the ground the three entrepreneurs relied on their own savings together with personal loans from a bank.
  • 29) The noises from Athens suggest a deal to unlock extra loans for the country is close.
  • 30) The scheme lets employees benefit from the long-term loan of bikes and cycling accessories.
  • 31) The bank accounts for about 15 per cent of all home loans in the country.
  • 32) The Ipswich boss hopes to agree a season-long loan after getting the nod to strengthen his side.
  • 33) There has been interest from top-flight clubs in Spain in a loan move.
  • 34) He said that by switching more of the aid to loans, the Government could reinvest the cash.
  • 35) For example, here is a result for "Connor Erickson" with the term "loan modification", a pretty typical result for almost all names used:
  • 36) In December, Novelis Inc. refinanced a term loan of $1.5 billion with a lower coupon of 3 percentage points over the London interbank offering rate or Libor.
  • 37) Quiznos owes lenders led by Goldman Sachs Group Inc. $575 million under a term loan and $70 million under a revolving credit line that matures in May.
  • 38) Under the details announced last week, Chrysler secured $3.2 billion in bonds, $3 billion in a term loan and a $1.3 billion revolving credit facility.
  • 39) ‘If anyone wants to take out a loan, borrow money, or get something on hire purchase, they have to agree to a credit check being done on them to make sure they are safe with other people's money.’
  • 40) ‘Because if you can deduct interest on a loan, invest the money, and earn tax-free profits, you essentially get a government subsidy for investing.’
  • 41) ‘Managed financial systems allowed capital accumulation to be financed by bank loans at low interest rates, regulated by the monetary authorities.’
  • 42) ‘Nowadays consumers even take out personal loans with banks and finance houses to pay for surgery.’
  • 43) ‘If heavily leveraged firms can't service their loans or borrow new money, that could bring China's growth to an abrupt halt.’
  • 44) ‘Include money owed on credit cards and store cards, bank loans, hire purchase agreements and any overdrawn bank or building society accounts’
  • 45) ‘It sells its own credit cards, home mortgages, consumer loans, and insurance policies.’
  • 46) ‘The banks have done that by expanding their offerings of auto loans, life insurance, mutual funds, mortgages, and credit cards.’
  • 47) ‘And some schools make low interest loans or partner with banks that do it for them.’
  • 48) ‘Most French mortgages are capital and interest or interest-only repayment loans.’
  • 49) ‘At its simplest, a car loan is a personal loan offered by a bank, credit union or finance company.’
  • 50) ‘The lower interest rate is expected to make bank loans cheaper so that the corporate sector can afford to borrow more money from banks to finance expansion programs.’
  • 51) ‘What bank provides the best value in fixed interest personal loans?’
  • 52) ‘Car loans are simply personal loans provided by a bank or finance company to facilitate a car purchase.’
  • 53) ‘In a range of institutions like credit unions or retail banks, personal loans can be arranged over the internet, by phone or in person.’
  • 54) ‘A bigger challenge is consumer finance - the business of extending unsecured loans at double-digit interest rates.’
  • 55) ‘They expect the board to refinance the bank loans next year.’
  • 56) ‘Other longterm incentives are fixed incentives such as paid insurance premiums and imputed interest on reduced rate loans.’
  • 57) ‘If you are constantly in overdraft territory, you should re-package it into a personal loan and obtain interest rates that can be up to almost three times cheaper.’
  • 58) ‘The SBA is empowered to guarantee some $21 billion a year in bank loans and venture capital investments to small businesses.’
  • 59) ‘Many thanks to Harry Fairbairn BMW for the loan of the test car.’
  • 60) ‘Thanks to Ian Philp Mercedes-Benz in Glasgow for the loan of our test car.’
  • 61) ‘Many thanks to Arnold Clark Vauxhall in Pollokshields for the loan of our test car.’
  • 62) ‘A quick call to Young Watski who was luckily in the area secured the loan of his car for the rest of the day.’
  • 63) ‘You simply write a check and you've initiated a loan.’
  • 64) ‘The term of the loan cannot exceed 20 years, and breeders will have until September 30, 2002 to apply.’
  • 65) ‘Bassanio warns Antonio not to make the deal, but Antonio assures him that he will have nine thousand ducats a month before the term of the loan runs out.’
  • 66) ‘In the ordinary debt collection case, the court would be unimpressed by a claim from a debtor that he was unaware of his rights and obligations under the terms of the loan.’
  • 67) ‘The terms of the loan were onerous to the airline and lucrative to the American bank, because at the time Ethiopia had a very adverse risk rating.’
  • 68) ‘In all likelihood, the debt was incurred on Lord Petre's ‘iorney to Axminster’ exactly twelve months earlier, a year being a round term for a loan.’
  • 69) ‘If he was prepared to mislead a bank as to his position in a company for the purpose of inducing a loan, I have reservations respecting the confidence I can place in his testimony.’
  • 70) ‘Experts have been cleaning the 13 fossils ready for display as part of the terms of the loan from the Geological Museum of China in Beijing.’
  • 71) ‘The first was whether a commercial loan made by the claimant became the subject matter of a ‘Quistclose trust’ by virtue of the terms of the loan.’
  • 72) ‘Generally speaking, the shorter the term of the loan, the higher the APR.’
  • 73) ‘There's a lot of holding at the beginning, the banker must service and review the account throughout the term of the loan.’
  • 74) ‘The result of a lower sale price is a lesser amount financed, and this might enable you to negotiate better terms for your auto loan.’
  • 75) ‘In that case, you must deduct the remaining balance over the term of your new loan, the IRS says.’
  • 76) ‘Remember to match the term of the loan with its purpose.’
  • 77) ‘The term of the loan is ten years, with a two-year grace period starting from the date of utilisation of each tranche.’
  • 78) ‘Lenders prefer to tie the lifetime of the collateral to the term of the loan.’
  • 79) ‘Multiple sets of sound correspondences can be used to distinguish loans from inherited words.’
  • 80) ‘Since the 19c, it has also provided loans to European languages including English and French.’
  • 81) ‘It isn't very common, and as far as I know, all of the words that contain it are loans from French.’
  • 82) ‘English they and them are loans from Scandinavian.’
  • 83) ‘This could use any land to send its sheep to market - including royal - as it loaned large sums to the crown.’
  • 84) ‘Family and friends loaned money and helped her to buy the former Muslim girls school.’
  • 85) ‘Any future credits and moneys loaned will be loaned at a rate of seven percent usury.’
  • 86) ‘Increasingly people are falling for the creative way money is loaned unaware of the huge rates they will have to repay.’
  • 87) ‘The other day you gave advice to some poor chap who had loaned money to a bargirl and more or less said that he was foolish.’
  • 88) ‘They should not have loaned money to a man who was butchering innocent people.’
  • 89) ‘Home credit lenders typically loan small sums, with home collection of repayments - often weekly or fortnightly.’
  • 90) ‘If so, they must be suffering from withdrawal symptoms, given how many works they have loaned this autumn.’
  • 91) ‘It's still not clear how much of the pledged money is to be granted and how much is to be loaned.’
  • 92) ‘Sadly I never had one of my own but a girl on our road got one every year, and, when she had read it, she loaned it to me.’
  • 93) ‘In recent years a number of local people had loaned artifacts and old items for display in the museum.’
  • 94) ‘It was displayed in the Houses of Parliament but earlier this year was loaned to the Corporation of London.’
  • 95) ‘The Earl of Halifax, who has loaned it to Trafalgar Square, now wants to sell.’
  • 96) ‘We are very thankful to all of the people who have loaned us their treasures for the exhibition.’
  • 97) ‘Some are on display in the Minster and others have been loaned to a museum.’
  • 98) ‘Residents have loaned photographs and recorded their memories of the extreme weather.’
  • 99) ‘The collection has been loaned by the British Library to the Bronte Parsonage Museum.’
  • 100) ‘The couple loaned the tickets to other fans before travelling to Asia for a holiday in December.’
  • 101) ‘We have received some positive feedback from local people and a lot more items have been loaned to us.’
  • 102) ‘The nice people at the Animal Shelter then loaned me a pet carrier to take him home in.’

Examples

  • 1) Those of us who have been lone voices are finding that we are not quite as alone as we might have thought.
  • 2) We are hoping the lone survivor can tell us what triggered it.
  • 3) So why is he a lone voice?
  • 4) It is the wrong message to send to lone parents.
  • 5) But very soon there could be more than one lone voice in the crowd.
  • 6) Ask any lone parent about the stress that role brings with it!
  • 7) The lone survivor of a caving expedition is persuaded to lead a rescue party through the cavern where her friends died.
  • 8) His is not a lone voice.
  • 9) It was thought to be extinct in Dorset before the lone female was found.
  • 10) The lone survivor escaped as he was moving the crew's truck when the flames hit.
  • 11) You have no solid relationship and being a lone parent isn't easy.
  • 12) Not a lone voice any more....
  • 13) There were no known financial troubles or disputes and now we are hoping that the lone survivor can tell us something about the trigger.
  • 14) As many lone bloggers have already found, their regular audience is only going to be a handful of people like them.
  • 15) At just 34, she is a lone female oligarch in an alpha male world.
  • 16) With the age of mothers generally rising, a third of the increasing numbers of single lone mothers are now less than 25 years old.
  • 17) Last time I can clearly remember driving around during one England game and being struck by the number of lone females carrying huge shopping bags.
  • 18) Typically, they go after someone who they can turn into what I call the "lone atheist troublemaker."
  • 19) As New York City police tracked what they called a "lone wolf" terrorism suspect for more than a year, federal authorities declined to join the case, believing the man didn't pose a serious threat, people familiar with the matter said.
  • 20) You, Peter, really believe that this is part of something larger, this is just not what we call the lone wolf?
  • 21) COOPER (voice-over): Terrorism home grown and the hunt for what they call the lone wolves.
  • 22) "The thing we are all most worried about is what they call a 'lone ranger,' a lone actor, not some extremely complicated plan like it took to take down the World Trade Centre towers," said Biden, who appeared on the trio of network morning TV shows Friday.
  • 23) BY DEVLIN BARRETT AND SEAN GARDINER As New York City police tracked what they called a "lone wolf" terrorism suspect for more than a year, federal authorities declined to join the case, believing the man didn't pose a serious threat, people familiar with the matter said.
  • 24) "The thing we are all most worried about is what they call a 'lone ranger,' a lone actor, not some extremely complicated plan like it took to take down the World Trade towers," said Biden, who appeared on the trio of network morning TV shows Friday.
  • 25) "The thing we are all most worried about is what they call a 'lone ranger,' a lone actor, not some extremely complicated plan like it took to take down the World Trade towers," said Biden, who appeared on three morning news shows.
  • 26) ‘Frustrated and annoyed, she sat alone upon a lone tree trunk, the soft grass glistening from the dew.’
  • 27) ‘I was just a lone, solitary creature of the night, and I had a mission.’
  • 28) ‘Other people use them as companion animals for a lone horse.’
  • 29) ‘The red lechwe is expected to provide company to the lone male at the zoo who has been single since it first came here two years ago.’
  • 30) ‘The residents shared a clothesline, an outhouse, and a single spigot - the lone source of water.’
  • 31) ‘To confirm his worst fears, a yell comes out of the bathroom window upstairs, startling the few crows perched on the lone tree in their garden.’
  • 32) ‘Some days later, the sound of a horn was heard from the lone palm tree during a one-minute interval when no vehicle was on the road.’
  • 33) ‘No one was killed or even seriously hurt, except for that lone, charred palm tree in front of the hotels.’
  • 34) ‘Under the watchful gaze of roaming goats and camels we opened presents early in the morning under the one lone tree further inland.’
  • 35) ‘The astonished lone drinker blinked when three foaming pints of Stella appeared on the bar before him.’
  • 36) ‘Inside of the box was a single, lone file that was stamped with a ‘Highly Confidential’ seal.’
  • 37) ‘Typically, an attack begins when a single hornet captures a lone bee nearby the hive.’
  • 38) ‘The chemical equations for some reactions may have a lone reactant or a single product.’
  • 39) ‘I was a single lone idiot with no job and I was still living with my parents in Heatham.’
  • 40) ‘We trotted on in silence for most of the day, stopping under the shade of a lone tree to take a quick rest from the hot noon day sun, before pressing on again.’
  • 41) ‘Looking around I spotted only one lone figure at the head of the ship.’
  • 42) ‘Danny Allen, last year's event winner, was the lone semifinalist.’
  • 43) ‘He hadn't shed any more tears after that lone tear, but he watched me carefully.’
  • 44) ‘What else could be as lonely as that lone tear long dried but never fully shed on her cheek?’
  • 45) ‘A lone wolf howled miserably, followed closely by a volley of agitated barks.’
  • 46) ‘Worryingly, El Reg is still a lone voice in supporting these guys and has received few words of support for the duo.’
  • 47) ‘Morales may not be as lone and isolated a voice as he appears.’
  • 48) ‘Surely Justice Carney isn't a lone voice on this issue.’
  • 49) ‘He has long been a lone voice advocating for human rights and has been prepared to stand up and be counted when the establishment prefers a quiet and diplomatic approach.’
  • 50) ‘The doctor was not a lone voice of his time, however.’
  • 51) ‘I'm certainly glad a lone voice of reason has discussed this disaster in the South.’
  • 52) ‘It is not as if Britain is a lone voice, or a marginal force.’
  • 53) ‘I may be a lone voice here, but it strikes me that the more people who come to live in the area, the more we will witness commuting to London.’
  • 54) ‘Mrs Roberts said she feels as if she is a lone voice and was surprised other families who have lost loved ones in action have not spoken out as well.’
  • 55) ‘On the contrary, I'll be the first to complain when it stops listening to those lone voices.’
  • 56) ‘Do you think I want to be the one lone voice against the Hollywood liberal establishment?’
  • 57) ‘It's not given to everyone to have their lone voice heard across a nation.’
  • 58) ‘I ended up being a lone voice on the committee but there's nothing we can do now because it's been decided.’
  • 59) ‘I am not a lone voice as there are taxi drivers in Tralee who are also against this increase.’
  • 60) ‘One lone voice may not make a difference, but a flood of them might be impossible to ignore.’
  • 61) ‘Only the lone voice of a woman saying ‘leave that boy alone’ saved his life.’
  • 62) ‘Though it was difficult being the lone voice in the political wilderness, she remained firmly convinced that she was doing the right thing.’
  • 63) ‘I wasn't exactly introduced as the oddball who believes house prices can continue to defy gravity, but I was a lone voice.’
  • 64) ‘This one person is the lone voice for the young people of this land.’
  • 65) ‘Shareholder advocates who felt like lone voices a decade ago are actually beginning to hope.’
  • 66) ‘The plan also includes a commitment to providing access to child care for lone parents entering employment.’
  • 67) ‘These figures do not include fathers whose payments don't affect the mother's maximum lone parent's entitlement.’
  • 68) ‘It will be linked to a child care centre to enable lone parents to attend.’
  • 69) ‘At the time of his arrest on the drugs offence, he had left home after arguing with his mother, a lone parent.’
  • 70) ‘Families will be eligible for the childcare tax credit where a lone parent, or both partners in a couple, work for at least 16 hours a week.’
  • 71) ‘A lone parent with one child working 35 hours at the minimum wage is now £79 a week better off in work than on benefit.’
  • 72) ‘The children of lone parents were the next most likely to smoke, while those who lived with both parents were least likely to smoke.’
  • 73) ‘That was reflected in the greater share of economically dependent, poor, low paid and lone parents that were women.’
  • 74) ‘Being a lone parent of two children in a strange country can be a stressful occasion.’
  • 75) ‘Emma, 36, is a lone parent with two children, Katie and Mark.’
  • 76) ‘Since Labour came to power the proportion of children being brought up by lone parents has increased by a quarter.’
  • 77) ‘What we do know is that our national birth rate isn't increasing by anything like the factor by which the number on the lone parent's allowance has grown since 1974.’
  • 78) ‘‘The break-up of her marriage and the stress of being a lone parent has taken its toll on this lady,’ said Mr Dewhurst.’
  • 79) ‘Kirby believes that the government's underlying concern is with getting dependent lone parents back to work and letting the state raise their children.’
  • 80) ‘One newspaper claimed she had been drawing the lone parent's allowance since 1992 and that it totalled €190.30.’
  • 81) ‘Those lone parents who had used the service had found it very useful, she said, and recent research suggested it would actually produce savings in the long run.’
  • 82) ‘Previous studies have shown that lone parents who marry stand to lose between seven and 28% of their income.’
  • 83) ‘Nearly half of all lone parents are still unemployed.’
  • 84) ‘There has been a disturbing rise in the number of young, female and lone parent claimants, and a third of new claimants cite mental health conditions.’
  • 85) ‘The cost has more than tripled since 1994 when 40,700 received what was then called the lone parent's allowance.’
  • 86) ‘The contrivance which strands the cast at this ominous place is a massive thunderstorm, which floods out both directions of the lone highway.’
  • 87) ‘It featured a single-parent family living on a lone ranch.’
  • 88) ‘He laughed and wandered farther down Moonglow Road until he came to a lone house on the deserted street.’
  • 89) ‘And yet everyday after school, the girl who shuffled along the lone country roads wasn't happy at all.’
  • 90) ‘Still, there remained enough trolls to make a person wary when traveling on a lone country road at night.’
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