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- adj. to be repaid
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being, or proper to be, repaid; due
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- That may or must be repaid: subject to repayment or refunding: as, money lent, repayable at the end of sixty days.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. subject to repayment
Offering short-term repayable loans to the industry and Create a $12-billion credit facility to support vehicle and equipment financing - Do I really need to comment on this one?
Many of these costs are, in the nature of things, not repayable.
They have told me you can get a grant of 400 euros a month, but that is repayable, plus you have to pay tuition fees of 1000 euros a year, yes one thousand euro a year, is anyone going to try and tell me English unis are nine times better than German, I think not.
It had been forced to borrow $586m and a further $3,750m line of credit from the USA repayable in 50 annual installments (at, however, a low rate of interest of 2%).
Optionally fully convertible debentures are bonds issued to investors which gives them the option to fully convert the debt repayable by the company into equity shares.
Under the terms of the agreement, $600 million was repayable after four years; $600 million, after five years; and $700 million, after six.
The bonds were to become repayable after an independent Irish state had received international recognition, and they were repaid.
RBS had made many graver misjudgments than lending Hicks and Gillett the £185m to buy Liverpool in February 2007, repayable in 12 months.
OFCDs are bonds issued to investors which gives them the option to fully convert the debt repayable by the company into equity shares.
In order to insure that funds are used responsibly, the loans should be repayable on a fairly short time scale, say 5 years maximum and at for a nominal interest rate.