lend


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Synonyms for lend

loan

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lend itself to something

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  • be appropriate for
  • suit
  • be suitable for
  • fit
  • be appropriate to
  • be adaptable to
  • present opportunities of
  • be serviceable for

Synonyms for lend

to supply (money), especially on credit

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Synonyms for lend

give temporarily

have certain characteristics of qualities for something

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If you have access to the official Android, iOS, Blackberry, WebOS or the MAC/PC readers, you can lend and borrow books.
[] The other companies in your client's industry the bank lends to.
Perhaps a "less discriminatory" alternative is one that results in more lending to members of protected groups; but since a given bank can lend only so much, more lending to one group necessarily leaves less credit (that is, more "discrimination") for another.
We want to lend to as many viable businesses in as many communities as possible that is why we ve launched an independent lending review.
No amount of spare cash would encourage banks to lend to someone they don't think will pay it back.
Individuals who want to lend money to a particular consumer can bid on the listing, stating how much they would be prepared to lend.
Since the government was assuming the risk anyway--and since the maze of banks and guaranty agencies had proven to be a nightmare of waste and abuse--why not lend money directly from the federal Treasury?
Shares that the owner has requested the broker not to lend;
If its focus is to lend money to small businesses, I find it hard to believe that they were only able to find $128 million worth of "qualified or worthy companies" to put money into.
SHOULD WE NOT LEND AT ALL TO THE EMERGING MARKET ECONOMIES?
One commenter disagreed with a statement in the application that SouthTrust has a policy not to lend to payday lenders, pawnshops, and other "money service businesses" ("MSBs").
This is the free market reflected in a fun house mirror; it would make sense only if the government were desperately competing with private sources of capital to lend out money.
People just can't go higher, banks are not going to lend," he explains.
The money center banks aren't particularly eager to lend more to Third World borrowers who have already burned them once.