Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as loan, 2.

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  • verb Present participle of loan.
  • noun obsolete, Scottish and Northern English A lane

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  • noun disposing of money or property with the expectation that the same thing (or an equivalent) will be returned

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Examples

  • Most of that feel good type of loaning is what contributed to the economic collapse over here.

    US vs. Mexican culture

  • Most of that feel good type of loaning is what contributed to the economic collapse over here.

    US vs. Mexican culture

  • Most of that feel good type of loaning is what contributed to the economic collapse over here.

    US vs. Mexican culture

  • Most of that feel good type of loaning is what contributed to the economic collapse over here.

    US vs. Mexican culture

  • Most of that feel good type of loaning is what contributed to the economic collapse over here.

    US vs. Mexican culture

  • Most of that feel good type of loaning is what contributed to the economic collapse over here.

    US vs. Mexican culture

  • Most of that feel good type of loaning is what contributed to the economic collapse over here.

    US vs. Mexican culture

  • Most of that feel good type of loaning is what contributed to the economic collapse over here.

    US vs. Mexican culture

  • Most of that feel good type of loaning is what contributed to the economic collapse over here.

    US vs. Mexican culture

  • Most of that feel good type of loaning is what contributed to the economic collapse over here.

    US vs. Mexican culture

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